noun, plural big·horns, (especially collectively) big·horn.
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I took the remote control and found a nature channel, where bighorn sheep collided against each other in alpine meadows.
At their games of throwing spears and javelins, Bighorn was almost sure to win.
The Rocky Mountain Park probably excels in the number of bighorn sheep.Your National Parks|Enos A. Mills
For Bighorn knew better than to make fun of weapons Greybeard used.
I beleive the bighorn have their young at a very early season, say early in March for they appear now to be half grown.The Journals of Lewis and Clark|Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
Fort Sarpy was on the right bank of the Yellowstone, twenty-five miles above the mouth of the Bighorn.The Way to the West|Emerson Hough