bubal

Related to bubal: Dubal

bubal

(ˈbjuːbəl) ,

bubale

or

bubalis

n
(Animals) any of various antelopes, esp an extinct N African variety of hartebeest
[C15: from Latin būbalus African gazelle, from Greek boubalos, from Greek bous ox]
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