It is a Spanish jennet of the true Moorish blood, which, hundreds of years ago, that people brought with them from the East.
Clare summoned jennet, and took her own seat in the further window.
Pouchskin, riding his great French jennet, had started in the advance.
Be there any manner of irons, jennet, for crisping or curling the hair?
Elizabeth immediately raised the latch, and found jennet behind it, with a face like scarlet.
I had not an English horse there, so I bought that Andalusian jennet.
As jennet was taken away, she continued to hurl threats and imprecations against Potts.
Get you upon your jennet, dame; and, Robin, do you show the way.
"A white dove," replied jennet, determined not to tell him any thing about her strange dream.
Before them rode a boy on a jennet, and by him a clerk, as he seemed, upon a mule.
"small Spanish horse," mid-15c., from French genet, from Spanish jinete "a light horseman," perhaps from Arabic Zenata, name of a Barbary tribe [Klein]. Sense transferred in English and French from the rider to the horse.