Origin of sika
Examples from the Web for sika
Historical Examples of sika
On the mainland of Manchuria both the typical sika, and a larger race (C. sika manchuricus), occur.
Sika means to appear, and is used chiefly of supernatural beings; kundru means to grunt or grumble.The Fijians
Nasimovich considered that roe deer and sika deer could be taken by wolves when snow was not more than 30 cm.
In Japan there is an intermediate form in Cervus sika which has no bez-tine.Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon
Robert A. Sterndale