Definition of Rheboks

1. Noun. (plural of rhebok) ¹



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Definition of Rheboks

1. rhebok [n] - See also: rhebok

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rheboks

rhapsodizes
rhapsodizing
rhapsody
rhason
rhasons
rhatanhy
rhatanies
rhatany
rhathymia
rhe
rhea
rheae
rheas
rhebok
rheboks (current term)
rhedarium
rheeboc
rhegma
rhegmatogenous
rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
rheic
rheic acid
rhein
rheinberries
rheinberry
rhematic
rheme
rhemes
rhemish

Literary usage of Rheboks

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1. South African Sketches by Alfred Burdon Ellis (1887)
"rheboks Fontein stands about four miles away from the river, so the boy who had ... I reached rheboks Fontein in about two hours, and found the oxen there. ..."

2. Annual Report of the Geological Commission by George Steuart Corstorphine, Arthur William Rogers (1908)
"... rises towards the arkoses and quartzites which flank the western side of the gneiss ridge of which the hill called rheboks Fontein is a prominent point. ..."

3. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1888)
"... of everlasting flowers here and there relieving the neutral mountain tints. A few hartebeest and Vaal rheboks were seen, and several coveys of grey ..."

4. The Native Races of South Africa: A History of the Intrusion of the by George William Stow (1905)
"'Qing, who was inspired with all the learning of his race, described the same two men, adorned with the heads of rheboks, as mythological characters named ..."

5. Elephant-hunting in East Equatorial Africa: Being an Account of Three Years by Arthur H. Neumann (1898)
"I had several times seen two or three " roi rheboks " on this hill •—-a buck with which I had been familiar in South Africa, particularly in the ..."

6. The Life of Animals: The Mammals by Ernest Ingersoll (1907)
"... enough the nearest allies of these marsh lovers are quite their opposites in habits, — the rheboks, ..."

7. The Life of Animals: The Mammals by Ernest Ingersoll (1906)
"... enough the nearest allies of these marsh lovers are quite their opposites in habits, — the rheboks, ..."

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