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rusine antler

[ roo-sahyn, -sin ]
/ ˈru saɪn, -sɪn /
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noun
an antler resembling that of the sambar.
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Origin of rusine antler

1880–85; <New Latin Rus(a) name of the subgenus of sambars (<Malay; cf. babirusa) + -ine1

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