noun, plural mar·khors, (especially collectively) mar·khor.
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Origin of markhor
Examples from the Web for markhor
The markhor frequents steep and rocky ground above the forests in summer, but descending in the winter.
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
There was a wooden verandah, the corners of which were ornamented with the horns of the markhor, or mountain goat.Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier|T. L. Pennell
No animal's pursuit leads the sportsman over such dangerous ground as that of the markhor.
Of wild animals the chief are the markhor (a goat) and the oorial (a sheep).