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steenbok (n.)

1775, from Afrikaans steenbok, from Middle Dutch steenboc "wild goat," literally "stone buck," cognate with Old English stanbucca "mountain goat," German Steinbock. See stone (n.) + buck (n.1).

updated on November 26, 2013

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Definitions of steenbok from WordNet

steenbok (n.)
small plains antelope of southeastern Africa;
Synonyms: steinbok / Raphicerus campestris
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