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liger

noun; blending and clipping
Cross between a lion and a tiger.
 
Etymology : liger. Clipping/Blend of lion 'a large carnivorous quadruped, Felis leo, now found native only in Africa and southern Asia, of a tawny or yellowish brown colour, and having a tufted tail' and tiger 'large carnivorous feline quadruped, Felis tigris, one of the two largest living felines, a cat-like maneless animal, in colour tawny yellow with blackish transverse stripes and white belly; widely distributed in Asia'
Source : A friend who had seen Napoleon Dynamite.
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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