noun sam·bar \ˈsäm-bər, ˈsam-\

Definition of SAMBAR

:  a large Asian deer (Cervus unicolor) with the male having strong 3-pointed antlers and long coarse hair on the throat

Variants of SAMBAR

sam·bar also sam·bur \ˈsäm-bər, ˈsam-\

Origin of SAMBAR

Hindi & Urdu sā̃bar, from Sanskrit śambara
First Known Use: 1698

Rhymes with SAMBAR


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