Definition of Nilghau
1. nilgai [n -S] - See also: nilgai
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Literary usage of Nilghau
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1875)
"He published several discourses and sermons, and wrote a " History of the Indian Wars," published in the " Massachusetts Historical Collections." nilghau. ..."
2. The Hunting Grounds of the Old World by H. A. L., H. A. L. (Henry Astbury Leveson) (1860)
"Leg-bail. — The death of the tiger. — B -- 's sport. — A glorious chase. — The bull-nilghau. — The bag. — A black panther. — Strange mode of catching deer. ..."
3. Sport in Many Lands by H. A. L. (Henry Astbury Leveson) (1877)
"The nilghau is the largest of our Indian antelope, the bull standing nearly ... nilghau, although awkward animals to look at, have a very fair turn of speed ..."