ocelot[äs′ə lət, -lät′; ō′sə-]
A portrait of an ocelot.
ocelot definition by Webster's New World
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ocelot definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A nocturnal wildcat (Felis pardalis or Leopardus pardalis) of the brush and forests of the southwest United States and Central and South America, having a grayish or yellow coat with black spots.
Origin: French, from Nahuatl ocelotl.
Variant of ocelot