Gennet

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Gennet Same as Jennet.
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Usage

In literature:

At the Governor's house they found the door wide open, and "a fair gennet ready saddled" waiting for the Governor to descend.
"On the Spanish Main" by John Masefield
For family orchard I prefer Early Harvest, Maiden's Blush, Ben Davis, Gennetting, and Rawle's Janet.
"The Apple" by Various
Mr. Ridley Gennet was a great artist, and from the hour he waved his wand over me, I never really awoke 'till I was beggared.
"Luttrell Of Arran Complete" by Charles James Lever
I may observe that we have also Gennet and Jennett as surnames, and the Germans have also Genett.
"Surnames as a Science" by Robert Ferguson
Then a gennet came up and asked the man what he was doing.
"Black Tales for White Children" by C. H. Stigand
I have seen them watch their prey, hauling in gennet, man, or other creature, into the water.
"The Strange Adventures of Andrew Battell" by Andrew Battell
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In news:

Oct 20,2011 by Robbie Gennet In the first of a series of extended interviews with today's brightest keyboard stars, we sat down at the piano for a talk with Romanian jazz piano phenomenon Marian Petrescu.
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