zibet

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zibet

(ˈzɪbɪt)
n
(Animals) a large civet, Viverra zibetha, of S and SE Asia, having tawny fur marked with black spots and stripes
[C16: from Medieval Latin zibethum, from Arabic zabād civet]
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zibet

[ˈzɪbɪt] nzibetto
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That will be important today, since Mr Browning likes to blaze off in front and Zibeth is also a front-runner.
45) drops into selling class and a repeat of an encouraging effort behind Zibeth at Chepstow would put him firmly in the shake up.
Robert Guest, 20, partnered his fourth career winner when Zibeth made every yard in the amateur riders' handicap, holding off the challenges of Saint Albert and Koraloona by three-quarters of a length and a short head.