jennet

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Etymology[edit]

From French genet, from French genest (small Spanish horse), from Old Spanish (cavallo) ginete (small fast horse”, also “light horseman) (Spanish jinete), from Andalusian Arabic [script needed] (zanáti), the Zenati or Zenata Berbers, known as excellent horse breeders.

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jennet (plural jennets)

  1. A female ass or donkey; a jenny.
  2. A small Spanish horse.

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