noun si·ka \ˈsē-kə\

Definition of SIKA

:  a deer (Cervus nippon) of eastern Asia that has a chestnut to brownish coat often spotted with white and that has established populations in other regions (as Europe and the United States) as a result of introduction

Origin of SIKA

Japanese shika
First Known Use: 1859

Rhymes with SIKA


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