or sam·bur, sam·bhar, sam·bhur
Origin of sambar
Examples from the Web for sambar
The antler then resembles the rusine type, of which our sambar stag is an example.
He rests during the day in shade, but is less of a nocturnal feeder than the sambar stag.
The Indian sambar deer looks like a short-legged big-bodied understudy of our American elk.Our Vanishing Wild Life|William T. Hornaday
The nilgao drinks daily, the sambar only every third day, and many are shot over water.
On being disturbed they invariably make for the open instead of resorting to the heavy jungle, like hog deer and sambar.