noun, plural im·pal·as, (especially collectively) im·pal·a.
Origin of impala
Examples from the Web for impala
But that which lay in her hand was a flat bag, made of the dressed skin of an impala.The Induna's Wife|Bertram Mitford
It was an impala, a species of antelope, and was evidently in the last stage of exhaustion.
Two African hunting dogs were pursuing the impala and were gaining rapidly.
There we had nobler game to follow—wildebeest and hartebeest, impala, and now and then a koodoo.Prester John|John Buchan
British Dictionary definitions for impala
noun plural -las or -la
Word Origin for impala
Word Origin and History for impala
1875, from Zulu im-pala "gazelle."