An antelope (Addax nasomaculatus) of north Africa having very long, spirally twisted horns.
one of many biggest African antelopes (Hippotragus, ∨ Oryx, nasomaculatus). It is currently believed to be the Strepsiceros (twisted horn) for the ancients. By some it's thought to be the pygarg for the Bible.
among the biggest African antelopes (Hippotragusnasomaculatus or Oryx nasomaculatus).
The local title of a species of African antelope, a ruminant, hoofed, artiodactyl quadruped, for the subfamily Antilopinæ, family Bovidæ; the Antilope addax of Lichtenstein, Oryx addax of some, Oryx nasomaculatus of others, today Addax nasomaculatus: the word addax therefore becoming officially a generic title, after having already been a technical particular term, also initially a vernacular appellation.
A genus of antelopes associated with the subfamily Oryginæ, which the addax
big antelope with softly spiraled horns of wilderness parts of north Africa