New and gnu are homophones, which means they are pronounced in the same way, but have different spellings and meanings. The former defines any object that is fresh, not in existence previously, and that has been only recently invented or discovered. New is primarily used as an adjective
A gnu, on the other hand, is an African antelope which can be identified with the help of its characteristic beard, mane and horns.
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