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camelopard

noun ca·mel·o·pard \kə-ˈme-lə-ˌpärd\

Definition of CAMELOPARD

1
archaic :  giraffe
2
capitalized :  camelopardalis

Origin of CAMELOPARD

Late Latin camelopardus, alteration of Latin camelopardalis, from Greek kamēlopardalis, from kamēlos camel + pardalis leopard
First Known Use: 14th century

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