steenbok [stēn′bäk′, stān′-]
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also stein·bok noun
A small antelope (Raphicerus campestris) of southern and eastern Africa, having a brownish coat and short, pointed horns in the male and living chiefly in dry grasslands.
Origin: Afrikaans, from Middle Dutch steenboc, ibex : steen, stone; see stāi- in Indo-European roots + boc, buck.
Variant of steenbok