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stoat

 (stōt)
n. pl. stoat or stoats
1. See ermine.
2. The fur of this animal, especially in its brown summer phase.

[Middle English stote, of unknown origin.]

stoat

(stəʊt)
n
(Animals) a small Eurasian musteline mammal, Mustela erminea, closely related to the weasels, having a brown coat and a black-tipped tail: in the northern parts of its range it has a white winter coat and is then known as an ermine
[C15: of unknown origin]

stoat

(stoʊt)

n.
the European ermine, Mustela erminea, esp. in its brown summer coat.
[1425–75; late Middle English stote, of obscure orig.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stoat - the ermine in its brown summer coat with black-tipped tailstoat - the ermine in its brown summer coat with black-tipped tail
Mustela erminea, shorttail weasel, ermine - mustelid of northern hemisphere in its white winter coat
Translations
قاقُم: حَيوان ذو فِراء مَتين
hranostaj
hermelin
hermelin
hreysiköttur
šermuonėlis
sermulis
hranostaj

stoat

[stəʊt] Narmiño m

stoat

[ˈstəʊt] nhermine f (avec son pelage d'été)

stoat

nWiesel nt

stoat

[stəʊt] nermellino

stoat

(stəut) noun
a type of animal similar to a weasel.
References in classic literature ?
You are, then, doubtless, the Count of Monte Cristo, of whom Hermine has talked to me so much?
Dear Hermine, -- I have just had a wonderful escape from the most imminent danger, and I owe my safety to the very Count of Monte Cristo we were talking about yesterday, but whom I little expected to see to-day.
A Garda source said: "Her father Jurgen, mother Hermine and younger sister Cornelia were badly shaken to see where Bettina was found.
Beaudreau was born in Worcester daughter of Elzer and Hermine (Hebert) Beaudreau and is survived by Elaine MacRae of Worcester, James MacRae of Barre and many cousins and friends.
Professor Olivier Hermine, President of the scientific committee of AB Science and co-corresponding author on this paper declared: y Given masitinib's selective targeting of mast cells and specific kinases, the results from this study help establish the role of mast cells in the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.
The swimming movements were choreographed by French synchronised swimming champion Muriel Hermine.
NEW YORK-Jack Lenor Larsen -- an international designer of decorative fabrics, home textiles, rugs and furniture -- has retained Hermine Mariaux Inc.
Professor Olivier Hermine, President of the scientific committee of AB Science and co-corresponding author on this paper commented at the time: y In choosing which interventions to use for the management of rheumatoid arthritis, it is important to recognize that treatment should aim to keep the disease in remission and not be used intermittently to manage exacerbations.
WHERE: Four new autism schools in Pennsylvania: Hermine (outside Pittsburgh), Philadelphia, Altoona, Carlisle
Hermine Mahseredjian, 60, recalled her family's stories about the sad chapter in her culture's history.
KILLED: Poeschel; HORROR: Court heard Bettina's body, found in a ditch, had been covered in Jeyes Fluid; FAMILY: Jurgen Poeschell, wife Hermine, daughter Cornelia at court yesterday
Even after several decades--the jacket note refers to Hermine Weigel Williams's "more than thirty years of research"--this book still betrays to some extent its origins as a dissertation (Columbia University, 1964).