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Chianina

[ kee-uh-nee-nuh ]
/ ˌki əˈni nə /
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noun, plural Chi·a·ni·ni.

one of a large breed of beef cattle, originally of Italy, used also as a draft animal.

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Origin of Chianina

<Italian, feminine of chianino literally, pertaining to Chiana, a river and valley in Tuscany
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