zorse

zorse

 (zôrs)
n.
The hybrid offspring of a male zebra and a female horse.

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Translations
zébrule
References in periodicals archive ?
One between a zebra and a female horse is called a zorse, and a hybrid between a zebra and pony is known as a zony.
Making his first appearance at the annual event was Zulu, the only 'zorse' in Europe.
Making his very first appearance at the fair is the amazing Zulu, the only 'zorse' in Europe (a cross between a zebra stallion and a horse mare).
"Zorse" is the name of a pairing with a horse, "zebrule" with a mule.
It's the cash-strapped zoo with a zorse, a zonkey and a zedonk...
THE zaniest zoo in the Midlands - featuring a zorse, a zonkey and a zedonk - has been forzed to cloze its gatez.
Horses and Grant's zebras (Equus burchelli) have been successfully crossed, producing a zorse. These show the coat color and markings of the horse and the zebra.
Eclyse the zorse, born to a mare and zebra, has just celebrated her first birthday.
Eclyse, the zorse, was born last year and was yesterday pictured settling in at his new home at the Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock park in central Germany.
The zorse, also bred for its work endurance, has been around since the late 1800s.
Meet the fantastic Zulu, the only Zorse in Europe (a zorse is a cross between a zebra stallion and a horse mare) and see Miss Rebecca's Extraordinary Educated Equines featuring performing miniature ponies and a Highland pony.
Meet the fantastic Zulu, the only Zorse in Europe (a Turn to Page 12 From Page 11 zorse is a cross between a zebra stallion and a horse mare) and see "Miss Rebecca's Extraordinary Educated Equines" featuring performing miniature ponies and a Highland pony.