noun oci·cat \ˈä-sē-ˌkat\

Definition of OCICAT

:  any of a breed of domestic cats developed by crossing Siamese, American shorthair, and Abyssinian cats and having a short spotted coat

Origin of OCICAT

blend of ocelot and cat
First Known Use: 1967


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