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 زَنَاتِي(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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