Definition of Mammut
: the proboscidean genus comprising the mastodons and being the type and in some classifications sole genus of a family (Mammutidae) closely related to the Elephantidae
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Origin and Etymology of mammut
New Latin, from German, mammoth, from French mammouth, from Russian mamot, mamont
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