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cattalo

[ kat-l-oh ]
/ ˈkæt lˌoʊ /
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noun, plural cat·ta·loes, cat·ta·los.
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Origin of cattalo

1885–90; blend of cattle and buffalo
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How to use cattalo in a sentence

  • The stage drew near to the place where now is located the famous Goodnight cattalo ranch.

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  • The progeny, which he calls cattalo, make excellent beef, and he gets a very big price for the hides as robes.

British Dictionary definitions for cattalo

cattalo

catalo

/ (ˈkætəˌləʊ) /

noun plural -loes or -los
a hardy breed of cattle developed by crossing the American bison with domestic cattle

Word Origin for cattalo

C20: from catt (le + buff) alo
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