noun, plural ga·yals, (especially collectively) ga·yal.
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Origin of gayal
Example sentences from the Web for gayal
The animal here alluded to is another species of Gayal found wild in the hills of Chatgaon.
The female offspring of a male Zebu and a female Gayal was mated with a male Bison.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
The natives call him the As'l Gayal, in contra-distinction to the Gabay.
According to this gentleman the Gayal lives to the age of twenty or twenty-five years, and reaches its full growth at five years.
The Gayal affords the richest milk, and prefers feeding on trees.