Definition of Stembok

1. a small antelope [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stembok

stem blight
stem canker
stem cell
stem cells
stem family
stem ginger
stem lettuce
stem node
stem stitch
stem the tide
stem turn
stem vowel
stemarene
stembok (current term)
stemboks
stembuck
stembucks
stemcell
stemcells
steme
stemed
stemes
steming
stemless
stemless carline thistle
stemless daisy
stemless golden weed
stemless hymenoxys

Literary usage of Stembok

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Diamond Mines of South Africa: Some Account of Their Rise and Development by Gardner Fred Williams (1902)
"From March to August the markets are well supplied with game, chiefly springbok, stembok, guinea fowl, partridges, bustards, korhaan, and sand-grouse. ..."

2. The Diamond Mines of South Africa: Some Account of Their Rise and Development by Gardner Fred Williams (1902)
"From March to August the markets are well supplied with game. chiefly springbok, stembok, guinea fowl, partridges, bustards, korhaan, and sand-grouse. ..."

3. Notes of Travel in South Africa by Karl Johann Andersson, Charles John Andersson, Llewelyn Lloyd (1875)
"SINGULAR FLOWER. out in search of game. The former brought in a stembok only ; Kamoja ditto. Have done another good day's work at the ..."

4. Through the Zulu Country: Its Battlefields and Its People by Bertram Mitford (1883)
"The rhebok and stembok are to be shot on the open undulating plains, which also abound in quail, with here and there a sprinkling of partridges. ..."

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