Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A gazelle (Litocranius walleri) of eastern Africa having long legs, a long slender neck, and backward-curving horns in the male.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The native name, adopted as a book-name, for Waller′ s gazelle, Lithocranius walleri, an excessively long-necked species found in East Africa.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A slender East African antelope (Litocranius walleri) with a long slim neck and backward-curving horns; called also Waller's gazelle, and in German Giraffengazelle. It feeds on the foliage of bushes and trees, and often stands erect on its hind legs, leaning against the bush, to browse on the higher branches; in this habit it is distinctive and easy to recognize.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A long-necked gazelle.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun slender East African antelope with slim neck and backward-curving horns

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Somali garanūg.]

Examples

  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

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  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • Black spelled correctly "serendipity" and "gerenuk" - a long-necked species of antelope native to East Africa - to earn all six points possible in rounds two and three.

    The Times-Journal: News

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