Boocercus eurycercus
Bongo Bon"go (b[o^][ng]"g[=o]), n. Either of two large antelopes ({Bo["o]cercus eurycercus} of West Africa, and {Bo["o]cercus isaaci} of East Africa) of a reddish or chestnut-brown color with narrow white stripes on the body. Their flesh is especially esteemed as food. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • Boocercus eurycercus — Bongo Bon go (b[o^][ng] g[=o]), n. Either of two large antelopes ({Bo[ o]cercus eurycercus} of West Africa, and {Bo[ o]cercus isaaci} of East Africa) of a reddish or chestnut brown color with narrow white stripes on the body. Their flesh is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Boocercus isaaci — Bongo Bon go (b[o^][ng] g[=o]), n. Either of two large antelopes ({Bo[ o]cercus eurycercus} of West Africa, and {Bo[ o]cercus isaaci} of East Africa) of a reddish or chestnut brown color with narrow white stripes on the body. Their flesh is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Boocercus isaaci — Bongo Bon go (b[o^][ng] g[=o]), n. Either of two large antelopes ({Bo[ o]cercus eurycercus} of West Africa, and {Bo[ o]cercus isaaci} of East Africa) of a reddish or chestnut brown color with narrow white stripes on the body. Their flesh is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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