sika definition by Webster's New World
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a small, reddish deer (Cervus nippon) with white spots, native to China, Japan, etc.
often sika deer
sika definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A medium-sized deer (Cervus nippon) native to Japan and China but naturalized in Europe and other countries, having a small head, compact body, and mostly spotted reddish or chestnut coat. Several of its subspecies are endangered in the wild.
Origin: Japanese shika, deer.