- n. 美利奴羊（原产于西班牙）；美利奴丝绸；美利奴呢绒
- n. (Merino)人名；(西、意、葡)梅里诺
- merino (n.)
- fine-wool breed of sheep, 1781, from Spanish merino, possibly from Arabic Merini, a Berber family or tribe of sheep farmers in northwest Africa whose animals were imported into Spain 14c.-15c. to improve local breeds. Or from or influenced by Latin majorinus, from major "greater," either in reference to size of the animals or from Spanish derivative merino (n.) "overseer of cattle pastures," also a title of judicial officers. Applied from early 19c. to the wool itself and to various articles made from it.
- 1. The finest fleece comes from Merino breed of sheep.
- 2. The fleece from a Merino can weigh up to 12 kilogrammes.
- 3. Gansu Alpine Merino and Mongolian were higher than Tibetan.
- 藏羊和蒙古羊中存在五种POD同 工酶,小尾寒羊和甘肃高山细毛羊具有四种POD同 工酶.
- 4. The wool comes from the famous Merino sheep.
- 5. Herewith we an indent for immediate shipment of 100 bales of al merino wool.
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