noun, plural e·lands, (especially collectively) e·land.
Origin of eland
Examples from the Web for eland
You know, I don't believe Mrs. Eland could walk a plank, anyway.The Corner House Girls in a Play|Grace Brooks Hill
And poor Mrs. Eland and Miss Pepperill, who need it so much, will never see it.
The eland is one of those antelopes that appear to be independent of water.The Bush Boys|Captain Mayne Reid
Livingstone describes the eland as the most magnificent of the antelopes.The World and Its People: Book VII|Anna B. Badlam
We wouldnt want money for giving Mrs. Eland what belongs to her, Ruth said quietly.