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NounEdit

bubale ‎(plural bubales)

  1. Any of several North African antelopes of the genus Alcephus.
  2. Any of several African buffalos of the genus Bubalus.

ReferencesEdit

  • Natural History Museum, Paris, ca. 1800

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NounEdit

būbale

  1. vocative singular of būbalus
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