elk


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for elk

large northern deer with enormous flattened antlers in the male

large North American deer with large much-branched antlers in the male

common deer of temperate Europe and Asia

References in periodicals archive ?
In 2018, we still just talk about returning elks to Slovak forests although with the original plan, the first elk couples could have been released in the wilderness by 2017.
The new additions to West Virginias elk herd should arrive by mid-February and be released before the anticipated arrival of 70 additional elk from Arizona later this year.
I've only been hunting elk for about nine years, but in that time I've got about 180 September days of experience in the elk woods, and countless days of scouting.
Elk River Tire & Auto is a locally owned auto repair shop that is your one-stop automotive center for all of your car service needs.
Though largely known as a Western big-game animal, elk are native to much of the Eastern United States.
One of the many reasons elevated elk hunting is so effective is because elk are rarely hunted from treestands.
Prior to European settlement, an estimated 10 million elk roamed nearly all of what is now the United States and parts of Canada.
The northern Yellowstone elk population spends winter on approximately 1530 [km.
Cronin in 1999, when she became the first female Auburn Elk.
Two rifles were seized, and the three elk were taken to the Roseburg patrol office where they were salvaged and seized.
Black Elk endured death and sorrow, but was not defeated and without hope.
Plumes of breath rise from thousands of black nostrils, forming a shimmering cloud in the frigid air as the elk wait for breakfast to be served.
In August, a bear, no doubt seeking an easy meal among the ranch's herd, dug under the fence that separated Rammell's elk from the wild elk that roam the Idaho wilderness.
An Elk in the House" is the heartwarming true story of Butter, an elk calf at the Seventh Avenue Elk Ranch in Manning, Alberta, Canada.