noun, plural i·bex·es, ib·i·ces [ib-uh-seez, ahy-buh-], /ˈɪb əˌsiz, ˈaɪ bə-/, (especially collectively) i·bex.
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I saw several ibex heads nailed up over the doors of houses.War in the Garden of Eden|Kermit Roosevelt
He peopled the hills with anything they had a mind to slay—thar, ibex, or markhor, and bear by Elisha's allowance.Kim|Rudyard Kipling
Only after sun-down do the ibex descend, and never, even then, so far as timber-line.
At this period the surviving ibex had fallen to a mere handful.
At that season (April to May) the ibex are changing their coats.