a wild sheep, Ammotragus lervia, of northern Africa, having a long fringe of hair on the throat, chest, and forelegs.
Historical Examples

More generally the aoudad reposes on some shelf of rock, where it matches the color of the stone, and is almost invisible.
The Animal World, A Book of Natural History Theodore Wood

This is the aoudad, which dwells in the mountains of Barbary.
Quadrupeds, What They Are and Where Found Mayne Reid

The young of the aoudad are charming little creatures, much like reddish kids.
The Animal World, A Book of Natural History Theodore Wood

The horns of the aoudad are about two feet in length, and are of considerable diameter.
Bible Animals; J. G. Wood

aoudad, the Barbary wild sheep, is the French form of the Moorish name audad.
The Log of the Sun William Beebe

The aoudad is wonderfully active, and even the young ones bound to an astonishing height.
Bible Animals; J. G. Wood

The aoudad was formerly plentiful in Egypt, and even now is found along the Atlas mountain-range.
Bible Animals; J. G. Wood

This animal, which is nearly allied to the aoudad, is also very goatlike in general aspect.
Bible Animals; J. G. Wood

Perhaps the Chaldaic “keren” may have been the horn of the aoudad, or of the animal which will next be mentioned.
Story of the Bible Animals J. G. Wood

No animals of the chase were seen; but our blacks picked up the dung of the ostrich, and a horn of the aoudad.
Narrative of a Mission to Central Africa Performed in the Years 1850-51, Volume 1 James Richardson

a wild mountain sheep, Ammotragus lervia, of N Africa, having horns curved in a semicircle and long hair covering the neck and forelegs Also called Barbary sheep


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