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J Antelopes

Biology

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a large light-coloured antelope with curled horns. L. from an African word quoted by Pliny. addax
any one of a group of hollow-horned, hoofed, ruminant mammals closely related to goats. antelope
of or related to antelopes. antilopine
a kind of mountain gazelle native to Arabia. ariel
an Indian antelope. blackbuck
a small South African antelope, or a larger South African antelope now extinct. blaubok bluebuck bloubok
a South African antelope, having a large white spot on the forehead. blesbok blesbuck
in South Africa, a goat or antelope. bok
a central African antelope. Pl. BONGOS or BONGOES. bongo
a South African antelope. bontebok
a small S. African antelope. boschbok boshbok bosbok
a member of the Bubalis genus of antelopes, that includes the HARTEBEEST. The plural of BUBAL is BUBALISES. bubal bubale bubalis
pertaining to the BUBAL. bubaline
a PRONGHORN antelope. Sp. cabrito, kid. cabrie cabrit
a goatlike antelope found in the Alps. Pl. CHAMOIX. See also SHAMOIS. CHAMOIS (but not SHAMOIS) can also be used as a verb: to prepare leather like chamois: CHAMOISES, CHAMOISED, CHAMOISING. chamois
a four-horned Indian antelope. chikara chinkara
a Tibetan antelope, the source of SHAHTOOSH wool. chiru+
a small E. African antelope. dikdik
a small S. African antelope. duiker duyker duikerbok+
a kind of Central Asian antelope. dzeren
a large African antelope with spiral horns. eland
one of several small, swift, elegantly formed species of antelope. gazelle
a South African antelope, having long, sharp, nearly straight horns. gemsbok gemsbuck
a long-legged antelope of E. Africa. gerenuk
a large African antelope. gnu
a Tibetan gazelle. goa
an Indian goat antelope resembling the chamois. Local (Himalayan) name. gooral goral
a small South African antelope, speckled with gray and chestnut. Dutch 'grey buck'. grysbok
a large S. African antelope. hartbees hartebeest hartbeest
an African antelope with horns curved in the shape of a lyre. impala
a South African antelope. inyala nyala
a large S. African antelope, the HARTEBEEST. kaama
a small, hoofed African antelope. klipspringer
one of various species of African WATERBUCK. kob
a S. African hartebeest. kongoni+
an African antelope with long spiral horns. koodoo kudu
a kind of African antelope, aka marsh antelope. lechwe
a small Ethiopian antelope, about the size of a hare. madoqua
a Central African antelope. marshbuck+
a West African gazelle. mhorr mohr
a REEDBUCK of savannah in equatorial Africa, with short forward-curving horns. nagor
a large Indian antelope. Hindi 'blue cow'. nilgai nilgau nilghai nilghau nylghai nylghau
a small South African antelope. oribi ourebi
an African antelope. oryx
another name for the ORIBI. palebuck
a large South African antelope with lyrated horns. pallah
another name for the SPRINGBOK. prongbuck
a N. American ruminant, the sole member of the family Antilocapridae, resembling an antelope but having deciduous hooked horns in the male. pronghorn
an antelope of central southern Africa, related to the waterbuck and distinguished by its shaggy golden-yellow coat. Zulu mpuku. puku
chiefly in biblical translations: possibly the ADDAX, though in more recent versions thought to be a deer or ibex. L. pygargus f. Gk pugargos white-rump. pygarg
a S. African antelope. reebok rhebok
a kind of African antelope. reedbuck reitbok
an antelope native to the plains of Siberia and Eastern Russia. saiga
the common Indian antelope. sasin
a kind of African antelope. sassaby tsessebe
a Himalayan goat-like antelope, aka THAR. Lepcha (Tibeto-Burmese) so-ro. serow
a goatlike antelope found in the Alps. Pl. SHAMOIS. See also CHAMOIS. shamois
a species of African antelope. sitatunga situtunga
a S African antelope, that moves in leaps when alarmed. springbok springbuck
a small S. African antelope. steenbok steinbok steinbock stembok stembuck steenbuck+
a Himalayan goat-like antelope, aka SEROW. Not to be confused with the TAHR or TEHR, which is a Himalayan wild goat. thar
a large African antelope; also, a knd of pith helmet. topi
a kind of African antelope TRAGELAPHINE; also, a fabulous beast part goat and part stag. tragelaph
any of several kinds of African antelope. waterbuck
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