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muishond

Line breaks: muis|hond
Pronunciation: /ˈmeɪs(h)ɒnt/

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Definition of muishond in English:

noun (plural same or muishonds or muishonde)

South African
Any of a number of small carnivorous mammals, especially of the weasel or mongoose families.

Origin

late 18th century: from South African Dutch, transferred use of Dutch muishond 'weasel'.

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