zebu

IPA: zˈibu

noun

  • A domesticated ox native to Asia and Africa, having a large fleshy hump on its back and a dewlap (Bos primigenius indicus).

Examples of "zebu" in Sentences

  • Han us are a hybrid of aurochs and zebus.
  • They have the typical Zebu shoulder hump.
  • It is the result of gaur/zebu hybridisation.
  • They are mostly Zebu but of Sanga cattle origin.
  • Attached to the zebra and the zebu is the number 0.
  • Approximately 99 percent of cattle are zebu cattle.
  • Tharparkar are of the lyrehorned type of zebu cattle.
  • Most of these animals are of the humpbacked zebu breed.
  • The aurochs is ancestral to both zebu and taurine cattle.
  • Many people called the zebu a buffalo; but the zebu is the zebu.
  • But no indeed, the buffalo is one thing and the zebu is another.
  • Such as the Caracu it is of European origin race, not a zebu race.
  • Some animals are fairly resistant to this disease, others such as zebu cattle, asses and horses are not.
  • If a “zeebow” really does mean a tetsubo — and not, as I first thought, a zebu — that would mean the good people of Massachusetts have illegalized a fictional weapon, legendarily wielded by trolls.
  • For example, when the car breaks down and strands you in the middle of nowhere, with absolutely no roadside towing, except maybe a couple of zebu cows in the closest village, if you can find their owner.
  • Malvolio: If a “zeebow” really does mean a tetsubo — and not, as I first thought, a zebu — that would mean the good people of Massachusetts have illegalized a fictional weapon, legendarily wielded by trolls.
  • Carts pulled by tough lean zebu (the local cattle) or by equally tough and lean humans haul their most precious commodity, water, which is in such short supply that people bathe and wash clothes on the roads whenever it rains.

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