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zebroid

[ zee-broid ]
/ ˈzi brɔɪd /
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adjective

Also ze·brine [zee-brahyn, -brin] /ˈzi braɪn, -brɪn/ . resembling a zebra.

noun

the offspring of a zebra and any other equine: the sire of a zebroid is usually the zebra.

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Origin of zebroid

First recorded in 1880–85; zebr(a) + -oid
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