zebro

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See also: żebro, žebro, and Żebro

Esperanto[edit]

Ĉapmanaj zebroj
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French zèbre, English zebra, Russian зе́бра (zébra) and German Zebra.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈze.bro/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: ze‧bro
  • Rhymes: -ebro

Noun[edit]

zebro (accusative singular zebron, plural zebroj, accusative plural zebrojn)

  1. zebra
    • 2009, Klivo Lendon (translator), La Origino de Specioj, Karolo Darvin, page 160:
      Oni vidas plurajn tre malsamajn speciojn de la ĉevala genro fariĝi, per simpla variado, striaj ĉe la kruro kiel zebro, aŭ striaj ĉe la ŝultroj kiel azeno.
      We see several very distinct species of the horse-genus becoming, by simple variation, striped on the legs like a zebra, or striped on the shoulders like an ass.

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Etymology[edit]

From Esperanto zebro, from English zebra, French zèbre, Italian zebra, Spanish cebra.

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zebro (plural zebri)

  1. zebra

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Old Portuguese[edit]

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zebro m

  1. Alternative form of zevro

Polish[edit]

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zebro f

  1. vocative singular of zebra

Portuguese[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese zebro, zevro (wild ass), from earlier ezebro, from Vulgar Latin *eciferus, from Latin equiferus (wild horse), from equus (horse) + ferus (wild).

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zebro m (plural zebros, feminine zebra, feminine plural zebras)

  1. a wild horse or a wild ass (Equus hydruntinus, an extinct equine)

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