indri

noun
in·​dri | \ˈin-drē \
plural indris

Definition of indri 

: a large diurnal black-and-white lemur (Indri indri) of Madagascar that is about two feet long with a rudimentary tail

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First Known Use of indri

1839, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for indri

French, from Malagasy indry look!

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The first known use of indri was in 1839

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