noun, plural i·bex·es, ib·i·ces [ib-uh-seez, ahy-buh-] /ˈɪb əˌsiz, ˈaɪ bə-/, (especially collectively) i·bex.
Origin of ibex
Examples from the Web for ibex
Historical Examples of ibex
But I don't think that it was so good as mine about the ibex—it hasn't the same finish.
These ibex, according to Good, he stalked early and late for four entire days.
There are few animals, if any, that excel the ibex in endurance and agility.
They were about to assault an enemy, and that enemy was no other than the ibex.
There is also an ibex in Siberia; and still another in the Pyrenees.
noun plural ibexes, ibices (ˈɪbɪˌsiːz, ˈaɪ-) or ibex
Word Origin for ibex
c.1600, from Latin ibex "wild goat of the Alps and Apennines," from a pre-Latin Alpine language. The German steinbock.