Definition of sassaby in English:

sassaby

Syllabification: sas·sa·by
Pronunciation: /ˈsasəbē
 
/
(also tsessebi or tsessebe /ˈ(t)sesəbē/)

noun

An antelope of a race found mainly in southern Africa.
  • Damaliscus lunatus lunatus, family Bovidae
More example sentences
  • Most antelopes are good runners (the S. African sassaby, for example, is said to be faster than any horse) and many of them graze in herds on plains.

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