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te·gu

 (tĭ-go͞o′)
n.
Any of several large swift teiid lizards of the genus Tupinambis of Central and South America, usually having black and yellow, white, or red markings.

[Portuguese tejú, from Tupí teyú.]

tegu

(ˈtɛɡʊ)
n
(Animals) a large lizard of the genus Tupinambis, native to South America
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Argentine tegus have a tendency to become attached to their owners and are generally quite docile.
He's one of the biggest tegus we''ve ever seen, but this will be the first time visitors to the centre will have had the chance to meet him.
Saren has betrothed herself to Khan Tegus and refuses to back down from her commitment.