Origin of ibexL, probably ; from Indo-European word in an Alpine language, signifying “climber,” akin to ivy
nounpl. ibex or i·bex·es
Origin of ibexLatin.
(plural ibex or ibexes or ibices)
From Latin ībex (“chamois”), from Iberian or Aquitanian; akin to Old Spanish bezerro (“bull”) (mod. becerro (“yearling”)).