- A small, three-masted Mediterranean transport ship
Etymology: Either from French chébec, from Spanish xabeque (modern jabeque) or Catalan xabec, ultimately from Arabic (ARchar, Ù, ÙÙ) (ÅabbÄk) "small warship, fishing boat".
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- A name of a Japanese anime studio
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