- n. elephant
- From Middle English oliphaunt, olifaunt, from Old French olifant, from Latin elephantus; see elephant for more information. (Wiktionary)
“Balrog and oliphaunt fossils have been discovered, but misidentified by ideologically biased Darwinists as “dinosaurs.””
“And out place under the warm bank in Captain Faramir's country, the day I saw an oliphaunt?”
“The foyer had a scuffed linoleum floor, an oliphaunt-foot umbrella stand, and a side-table with short stacks of medical brochures for chlamydia, AIDS, evil eye, and diarrhea.”
“Then there was the oliphaunt, this time not treated as an elephant, but as a four-tusked mastodon - probably a species of trilophodon or similar.”
“It is carved from the tusks of Old Mlima, the oliphaunt who bore my great-great-grandfather to war against the Tigrati insurrection.”
“‘And our place under the warm bank in Captain Faramir’s country, the day I saw an oliphaunt?’”
“Sick kids, perhaps, but if we’re talking cool spectacle here, we might as well go whole hog, er, tusker, er, oliphaunt. maria”
““Tifari Amu told me; it’s how they hunt oliphaunt.”
““Joscelin, if you need to test your skills, pick something that’s not nearly the size of an oliphaunt, with hide like cured leather.”
“But now I don’t suppose I’ll ever see an oliphaunt.”
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