Definition of dama gazelle in English:

dama gazelle

Line breaks: dama gaz|elle
Pronunciation: /ˈdɑːmə/

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A large long-legged gazelle with a mainly whitish coat, native to the southern and western Sahara (where it is now very rare). Also called addra gazelle.
  • Gazella dama, family Bovidae


modern Latin dama 'fallow deer' (the specific epithet of its Latin name).

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