sassaby

[ sas-uh-bee ]
/ ˈsæs ə bi /

noun, plural sas·sa·bies.

a large, blackish-red South African antelope, Damaliscus lunatus, having curved horns.

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Origin of sassaby

1810–20; said to be <Tswana
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British Dictionary definitions for sassaby

sassaby
/ (ˈsæsəbɪ) /

noun plural -bies

an African antelope, Damaliscus lunatus, of grasslands and semideserts, having angular curved horns and an elongated muzzle: thought to be the swiftest hoofed mammal

Word Origin for sassaby

C19: from Bantu tshêsêbê
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