noun, plural or·i·bis.
Origin of oribi
Examples from the Web for oribi
From where I stood looking at them hartebeest, kob, waterbuck, and oribi were also all in sight.A Book-Lover's Holidays in the Open|Theodore Roosevelt
Then the oribi were visible everywhere, usually in groups of four or six.
For instance, there's the oribi and the dik-dik, to say nothing of the steinbuck and the klipspringer.
There was lots of game for our table, from the most delicious grouse to the oribi, whose meat is the tenderest I have ever eaten.
Pale′-ale, a light-coloured pleasant bitter ale; Pale′buck, an antelope, the oribi.