tragelaphus

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek τραγέλαφος (tragélaphos, mythical goat-stag), from τράγος (trágos, billy goat) + ἔλαφος (élaphos, deer).

Noun[edit]

tragelaphus m (genitive tragelaphī); second declension

  1. goat-stag (a kind of antelope with a beard like a goat)

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative tragelaphus tragelaphī
genitive tragelaphī tragelaphōrum
dative tragelaphō tragelaphīs
accusative tragelaphum tragelaphōs
ablative tragelaphō tragelaphīs
vocative tragelaphe tragelaphī

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