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Zimb — imb, n. (Zo[ o]l.) A large, venomous, two winged fly, native of Abyssinia. It is allied to the tsetse fly, and, like the latter, is destructive to cattle. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Zimb — abbrev. Zimbabwe * * * … Universalium
Zimb — abbrev. Zimbabwe … English World dictionary
Zimb — Taxobox name = Zimb regnum = Animalia phylum = Arthropoda subphylum = Hexapoda classis = Insecta subclassis = Pterygota infraclassis = Neoptera superordo = Endopterygota| ordo = Diptera subordo = Brachycera infraordo = Tabanomorpha superfamilia … Wikipedia
zimb — ˈzim(b) noun ( s) Etymology: Amharic zemb, zimb, zenb : a large two winged fly native to Abyssinia and prob. of the family Tabanidae … Useful english dictionary
zimb — (zim) a fly of the genus Pangonia … Medical dictionary
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cricket — cricket1 cricketlike, adj. /krik it/, n. 1. any of several jumping, orthopterous insects of the family Gryllidae, characterized by long antennae and stridulating organs on the forewings of the male, as one of the species commonly found in… … Universalium
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Zambezi River — River, south central Africa. It rises in northwestern Zambia, flows south across eastern Angola and western Zambia to the border of Botswana, then turns east and forms the Zambia Zimbabwe border. It then crosses central Mozambique and empties… … Universalium