[ dib-uh-tag ]
/ ˈdɪb əˌtæg /
a small gazelle, Ammodorcas clarkei, of Somaliland, having a long neck: now rare.
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Also called Clarke's gazelle.
Origin of dibatag
1890–95; <Somali dib-táag, equivalent to dib tail + táag strong
Words nearby dibatag
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Example sentences from the Web for dibatag
Although local, these animals are fairly common in the interior of Somaliland, where they are known by the name of dibatag.