Grant's gazelle

noun
\ˈgran(t)s- \

Definition of Grant's gazelle 

: a large tan gazelle (Gazella granti) of eastern Africa from the Sudan and Ethiopia to Kenya and Uganda with long graceful horns and a white rump bordered with black

First Known Use of Grant's gazelle

1912, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Grant's gazelle

James A. Grant †1892 British explorer

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