noun mou·flon \mü-ˈflōⁿ\
variants: or less commonly


Definition of mouflon

  1. :  either of two wild sheep (Ovis orientalis and O. musimon) of the mountains of Sardinia, Corsica and western Asia that have large curling horns in the males and are sometimes included in a single species

Origin and Etymology of mouflon

French mouflon, from Italian dialect muvrone, from Late Latin mufron-, mufro

First Known Use: 1774

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