antelope /ˈantɪləʊp/

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I. noun

1. a swift-running deer-like ruminant with smooth hair and upward-pointing horns, of a group native to Africa and Asia that includes the gazelles, impala, gnus, and elands.

●Many genera and species, in the family Bovidae.
2.
(N. Amer.) another term for pronghorn.
– origin late Middle English (originally the name of a fierce mythical creature with long serrated horns, said to live on the banks of the Euphrates): via Old French and medieval Latin from late Greek antholops, of unknown origin and meaning.

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