noun, plural dui·kers, (especially collectively) dui·ker.
- duhamel, georges,
- duhring's disease,
- duino elegies,
Origin of duiker
Examples from the Web for duiker
They put fat in the kraal a third time, and appointed the duiker (impunzi) to be the keeper of the gate.
They are all small, the dik-dik being scarcely larger than a rabbit, and they are divided into as many subspecies as the duiker.In Africa|John T. McCutcheon
Upon reaching the road, it stopped, and looked at me, and I then saw that it was a duiker.Sporting Scenes amongst the Kaffirs of South Africa|Alfred W. Drayson
When the duiker was asleep, the inkalimeva ate up all the fat.
By this means three duiker were soon killed, and we then lighted a fire, and enjoyed a feast of venison.The White Chief of the Caffres|A.W. Drayson