gyascutus

noun
gy·​as·​cu·​tus | \ ˌgīəˈsk(y)ütəs, -ˈskət-\
plural -es

Definition of gyascutus

: an imaginary large four-legged beast with legs on one side longer than on the other for walking on hillsides

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