pygarg

noun
variants: less commonly

pygargus

Definition of pygarg

plural

pygargs

also

pygarguses

  1. 1 obsolete :  a white-rumped ungulate (as an addax)

  2. 2 obsolete :  sea eagle

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Origin and Etymology of pygarg

Latin pygargus, an antelope, an eagle, from Greek pygargos, literally, white rump, from pyg- + argos white — more at argent


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