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Zambo
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Zambo: The child of a mulatto and a negro also, the child of an Indian and a negro colloquially or humorously, a negro a sambo.
Zamenhof
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Zamenhof: Family name Lazzaro Zamenhof (1859-1917), oculist and philologist who is the father of the international language Esperanto
Zamia
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Zamia: A genus of cycadaceous plants, having the appearance of low palms, but with exogenous wood. See Coontie, and Illust. of Strobile.
Zamindar
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Zamindar: A landowner also, a collector of land revenue now, usually, a kind of feudatory recognized as an actual proprietor so long as he pays to the government a certai
Zamindary zamindari
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Zamindary zamindari: The jurisdiction of a zamindar the land possessed by a zamindar. [Written also zemindary, zemindari.]
Zamite
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Zamite: A fossil cycad of the genus Zamia.
Zamouse
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Zamouse: A West African buffalo (Bubalus brachyceros) having short horns depressed at the base, and large ears fringed internally with three rows of long hairs. It is des
Zampogna
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Zampogna: A sort of bagpipe formerly in use among Italian peasants. It is now almost obsolete. [Written also zampugna.]
Zander
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Zander: A European pike perch (Stizostedion lucioperca) allied to the wall-eye called also sandari, sander, sannat, schill, and zant.
Zandmole
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Zandmole: The sand mole.
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