Yak (noun)

  1. A large domesticated ox with shaggy hair, humped shoulders, and large horns, found in the Himalayas and used as a beast of burden.
  2. The fur of the yak.

Origin:

Mid 19th century: from tibetan gyak.

Examples:

  1. The herd of yaks grazed peacefully in the high altitude meadow.
  2. The yak wool was used to make warm clothing for the local villagers.
  3. The climbers relied on yaks to carry their supplies up the mountain.
  4. The store sold various products made from yak milk, cheese, and leather.
  5. The nomads depended on the yaks for food, clothing, and transportation.
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