mouflon

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English[edit]

A mouflon
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Etymology[edit]

From French mouflon, from Italian muflone, from Late Latin mufrō (wild sheep), related to Latin musimo (wild sheep), both probably of pre-Latin origin. From 1765-75.

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Noun[edit]

mouflon (plural mouflons)

  1. A species of wild sheep, Ovis aries musimon, endemic to Sardinia and Corsica. [From 1765-75.]

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Noun[edit]

mouflon m (plural mouflons)

  1. mouflon