(ĕlʹə-fənt) noun. Either of two very large herbivorous mammals, Elephas maximus of south-central Asia or Loxodonta africana of Africa, having thick, almost hairless skin, a long, flexible, prehensile trunk, upper incisors forming long, curved tusks of ivory, and, in the African species, large, fan-shaped ears, gajah; to see pink elephants, berkhayal kerana mabuk, naik kuda hijau.
elephant seal (ĕlʹə-fənt sēl) noun. Either of two large seals, Mirounga angustirostris mainly of Pacific coastal waters of California or M. leonina of coastal waters of the Southern Hemisphere, the males of which have an inflatable, trunklike proboscis. Also called sea elephant, anjing laut gajah
(ĕl´ə-fən-tīʹə-sĭs) noun. Chronic, often extreme enlargement and hardening of cutaneous and subcutaneous tissue, especially of the legs and external genitals, resulting from lymphatic obstruction and usually caused by infestation of the lymph glands and vessels with a filarial worm, elefantiasis, (penyakit) untut.
adjective. I. (animal) gajah; 2. resembling an elephant, a. (iri its enormity) raksasa: an elephantine task, tugas raksasa; b. (in being ponderous) berat: the big, fat man walked with slow, elephantine steps, lelaki bertubuh agam dan gemuk itu berjalan dengan langkah yang lembap dan berat; c. (in clumsiness) canggung.