Py'garg Py*gar'gus }[ Latin pygargus , Greek ..., literally, white rump; ... the rump + white: confer French pygargue .] 1. (Zoology) A quadruped, probably the addax, an antelope having a white rump. Deut. xiv. 5. 2. (Zoology) (a) The female of the he...
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The pygarg (דישון dishon) is an animal mentioned in the Bible in Deuteronomy 14:5, as one of the animals permitted for food. The Septuagint translates dishon as pygargos (meaning `white-rumped`) and the King James Version takes from there its term `pygarg.` Henry Baker Tristram (1867) proposed it to be the antelope Addax. It is described ...
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