cabree

noun ca·bree \kəˈbrē, ˈkabrē\\ˈkabrē\
variants: less commonly

cabri

or

cabrie

or

cabrit

\kəˈbrē, ˈkabrē\ or

cabret

\ˈkabrē\

Definition of cabree

plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of cabree

Louisiana French cabri, from French, kid, from Old Provençal cabrit, from Late Latin capritus, from Latin capr-, caper goat — more at capriole


First Known Use: 1805


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