Heraldry A bearing resembling a giraffe but represented with long curved horns.(noun)
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Use "camelopard" in a sentence
"[- 23 -] I shall accordingly pass over this, and be silent on the other like events that subsequently took place -- unless, of course, it should seem to me thoroughly necessary to mention some particular point, -- but I will give an account of the so-called camelopard, because it was then for the first time introduced into Rome by Caesar and exhibited to all."
"The _chamois_, or zomer of the ancient Jews, has by different authors been described as the camelopard or giraffe."
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