The magot is sometimes known as the Barbary ape, although of course it is not really an ape at all.
I wonder at thee, magot, and have done so many times,—thou hast such a strange power of winning folks to thy will.
Now, through Watteau, the magot makes its entrance into French art.
The magot, which is a very common animal in Upper Egypt, as well as in Barbary, was known to the ancients.
The orang-outang, and the gibbon, are very different from the pithecos and the magot.
The magot has no tail, though he has a small portion of skin, which has some appearance of one.
But it is not generally known that, on European ground, the magot is not confined solely to the Gibraltar Rock.
“magot, my child, we may not stay justice,” said the distressed tones of her father.
Ernest C.—The magot is a little tailless monkey not much larger than a cat.