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Definition of moufflon

moufflon
Mouflon Mouf"lon, n. [F. mouflon.] (Zo["o]l.) A wild sheep (Ovis musimon), inhabiting the mountains of Sardinia, Corsica, etc. Its horns are very large, with a triangular base and rounded angles. It is supposed by some to be the original of the domestic sheep. Called also musimon or musmon. [Written also moufflon.]

Meaning of moufflon from wikipedia

- (female). The French naturalist Buffon (1707–1788) rendered this in French as moufflon. Mouflon sheep have reddish to dark brown, short-haired coats with dark...
- Moufflon Publications is an independent press based in Nicosia, Cyprus founded in 1967 by Jirayr Keshishian, and named after the Cyprus Moufflon, an endangered...
- in the Round of 16. The Cyprus national rugby union team known as The Moufflons currently holds the record for most consecutive international wins, which...
- Inside the garden, there is a small zoo. There, the visitor can see deer, moufflons, ostriches, pheasants, tigers, lions, monkeys, vultures, pelicans and...
- Kevork K. Nicosia: Capital of Cyprus Then and Now (2nd ed.). Nicosia: The Moufflon Book and Art Centre. p. 139. Coordinates: 35°10′23″N 33°22′03″E / 35...
- and more far to the south the town of Lindos. Wild mountain sheep and moufflon inhabit the village's surrounding mountains. Generally, the animals congregate...
- ideas were centred on the Corsican nationalist newspaper A Muvra (The Moufflon). Hostility to the French state grew following military operations on the...
- species living in the Oliena territory include: peregrine falcon royal eagle moufflon wild boar buzzard Sardinian hare Sardinian fox Sardinian deer Speleomantes...
- Consumer services Food retailers & wholesalers Nicosia 1982 Supermarket Moufflon Publications Consumer services Publishing Nicosia 1967 Independent press...
- Kevork K. Nicosia: Capital of Cyprus Then and Now (2nd ed.). Nicosia: The Moufflon Book and Art Centre. pp. 173–8. Papacostas 2006, p. 11. Schabel 2012, p...
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