nounpl. -·dax·es or -·dax·
a large, whitish antelope (Addax nasomaculatus) of the Sahara, with long, twisted horns
Origin of addaxClassical Latin from uncertain or unknown; perhaps ; mentioned by Pliny as being an African word
A grayish-white antelope (Addax nasomaculatus) of northern Africa having long, spirally twisted horns.
Origin of addaxLatin of African origin
From Latin addax, apparently from an African language.