banteng

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ban·teng

 (băn′tĕng)
n.
A wild ox (Bos javanicus) of Southeast Asia, having a chestnut coat in the female and a brownish-black coat in the male, with white on the lower legs and rump, and long, curved horns in the male.

[Malay.]
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banteng

(ˈbænˌtɛŋ)
n
(Animals) another name for banting
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ban•teng

(ˈbæn tɛŋ)

n., pl. -tengs, (esp. collectively) -teng.
a wild ox, Bos banteng (javanicus), of SE Asia and Malaysia, resembling the domestic cow.
[< Indonesian Malay banténg < Javanese banṭéng]
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Noun1.banteng - wild ox of the Malay Archipelagobanteng - wild ox of the Malay Archipelago  
Bos, genus Bos - wild and domestic cattle; in some classifications placed in the subfamily Bovinae or tribe Bovini
wild ox, ox - any of various wild bovines especially of the genera Bos or closely related Bibos
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