bushbuck

[boo sh-buhk]
noun, plural bush·bucks, (especially collectively) bush·buck.
  1. a large African antelope, Tragelaphus scriptus, of wooded and bushy regions, having a reddish body streaked or spotted with white.

Origin of bushbuck

1850–55; < Afrikaans bosbok, earlier boschbok, equivalent to bos bush1 + bok buck1
Also called guib.
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bushbuck

boschbok

noun plural -bucks, -buck, -boks or -bok
  1. a small nocturnal spiral-horned antelope, Tragelaphus scriptus, of the bush and tropical forest of Africa. Its coat is reddish-brown with a few white markings
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