jennet

[n] - female donkey
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Jennet

Jen'net (jĕn'nĕt) noun [ French genet , Spanish jinete , orig., a mounted soldier, Arabic zenāta a tribe of Barbary celebrated for its cavalry.] A small Spanish horse; a genet.
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jennet

jenny noun female donkey
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Jennet

• (n.) A small Spanish horse; a genet.
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Jennet

A Jennet or Spanish Jennet was a small Spanish horse. It was noted for a smooth naturally ambling gait, compact and well-muscled build, and a good disposition. The jennet was an ideal light riding horse, and as such spread across Europe and provided some of the foundation bloodstock for several horse breeds in the Americas. == Spanish origin of th
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JENNET

A female donkey.
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Jennet

Female of the ass species.
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