zariba
noun see zareba

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • zariba — [zə ri:bə] (also zareba) noun (in Sudan and neighbouring countries) a thorn fence fortifying a camp or village. Origin from Arab. zarība cattle pen …   English new terms dictionary

  • zariba — n. (also zareba) 1 a hedged or palisaded enclosure for the protection of a camp or village in the Sudan etc. 2 a restricting or confining influence. Etymology: Arab. zariba cattle pen …   Useful english dictionary

  • zariba — noun (in East Africa) A tall protective hedge, around a village or fortified camp …   Wiktionary

  • zariba — za·ri·ba …   English syllables

  • zariba —   n. protective hedge, etc., round Sudanese village; fortified camp …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • Prix Morny — Turf race infobox class = Group 1 horse race = Prix Morny caption = location = Deauville Racecourse Deauville, France inaugurated = 1865 race type = Thoroughbred Flat race sponsor = Darley Stud website = [http://www.france galop.com/All the races …   Wikipedia

  • Prix d'Hédouville — Turf race infobox class = Group 3 horse race = Prix d Hédouville caption = location = Longchamp Racecourse Paris, France inaugurated = 1890 race type = Thoroughbred Flat race website = [http://www.france galop.com/All the races.233+M52087573ab0.0 …   Wikipedia

  • Prix Penelope — Turf race infobox class = Group 3 horse race = Prix Penelope caption = location = Saint Cloud Racecourse Saint Cloud, France inaugurated = 1905 race type = Thoroughbred Flat race website = [http://www.france galop.com/All the… …   Wikipedia

  • zareba — or zariba noun Etymology: Arabic zarība enclosure Date: 1849 an improvised stockade constructioncted in parts of Africa especially of thorny bushes …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Prix Maurice de Gheest — Turf race infobox class = Group 1 horse race = Prix Maurice de Gheest caption = location = Deauville Racecourse Deauville, France inaugurated = 1922 race type = Thoroughbred Flat race website = [http://www.france galop.com/All the… …   Wikipedia

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