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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.]
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tegu

(ˈtɛɡʊ)
n
(Animals) a large lizard of the genus Tupinambis, native to South America
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