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zouave

zouave one of a body of light infantry in the French army. XIX. — F. zouaveZwāwa name of an Algerian tribe, from which the force was first recruited.

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Zouave

ZouaveAlgarve, calve, carve, grave, Graves, halve, Slav, starve, suave, Zouave •Wroclaw •Jugoslav, Yugoslav •moshav • Gustave

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