arni

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See also: Arni and Árni

English[edit]

An arni

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arni (plural arnis)

  1. The wild water buffalo, Bubalis arnee
    • 1868, Charles Darwin, The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I.[1]:
      Besides these three species and the zebu, the yak, the gayal, and the arni[190] (not to mention the buffalo or genus Bubalus) have been domesticated; making altogether seven species of Bos.
    • 1904, Arthur Erwin Brown, “The Zoology of North American Big Game”, in American Big Game in Its Haunts[2]:
      In the arni of India they are enormously long.

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Noun[edit]

arni m (plural arnis)

  1. arni; wild water buffalo; Asiatic buffalo (Bubalus arnee, a bovine of southeast Asia)

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arni

  1. third-person singular feminine of ar