rhebok

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Borrowed from Afrikaans reebok (rhebok), from Dutch reebok (roebuck), from Middle Dutch reeboc. Doublet of roebuck.This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term.

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A rhebok

rhebok (plural rheboks)

  1. A medium-sized, deerlike South African antelope, Pelea capreolus, having pale-gray, curly fur and straight horns.

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