bush pig

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noun

a wild swine, Potamochaerus porcus, of southern and eastern Africa, having white facial markings.

Origin of bush pig

First recorded in 1830–40
Also called boschvark.
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Examples from the Web for bush pig

Historical Examples of bush pig

  • Both the bush-pig and the wart-hog are plentiful in the bush veld, and on the slopes of the eastern mountains.