serow

noun
se·​row | \sə-ˈrō \

Definition of serow 

: any of several goatlike artiodactyl mammals (genus Capricornis) of eastern Asia that are usually rather dark and heavily built and some of which have distinct manes

First Known Use of serow

1847, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for serow

Lepcha să-ro long-haired Tibetan goat

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