David's squirrel

noun Da·vid's squirrel \däˈvēdz-, ˈdāvə̇dz-\

Definition of David's squirrel

  1. :  a grayish cliff-dwelling ground squirrel (Sciurotamias davidianus) occurring in several races in mountainous southern China

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Origin and Etymology of david's squirrel

after Abbé Armand David †1900 French missionary and naturalist

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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