• (noun): A cat with a gray or tawny coat mottled with black.
    Synonyms: tabby cat
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on tabby:

Russian White, Black And Tabby
... The Russian White, Russian Black, and Russian Tabby are breeds of cat created in 1971, derived from the Russian Blue ... The Black and Tabby Russians came from the original mating which created the Russian White ...
Tabby (disambiguation)
... A tabby is a cat with a distinctive coat ... Tabby may also refer to Tabby (cement), a building material Tabby Cat (solitaire), a card game Tabby Callaghan, a musician Tabby weave, a fundamental textile ...
And Four To Go - Easter Parade - Plot Summary
... Archie suggests that in addition to arranging for Tabby's services, it might be wise to get a photograph of the orchids ... So it's decided Tabby will position himself outside the church where Mr ... will be across the street with the camera, attempting to get a good photo of the corsage in case Tabby's attempted theft fails ...
Tabby Concrete
... Tabby is a type of concrete made in the seventeenth century, by burning oyster shells to create lime, then mixing it with a slurry of water, local sand and broken ... African Moors brought a predecessor form of tabby to Spain when they invaded that kingdom a form of tabby is used in Morocco today and some tabby structures survive in Spain, though in both instances it is granite ... Spanish explorers first brought tabby (which appears as "tabee", "tapis", "tappy" and "tapia" in early documents) to the coasts of what would become South Carolina ...
Calico Cat
... of two other colors (often the two other colors are orange tabby and black) ... Occasionally, the tri-color calico coloration is combined with a tabby patterning ... This calico patched tabby is called a caliby ...

More definitions of "tabby":

  • (adj): Having a gray or brown streak or a pattern or a patchy coloring; used especially of the patterned fur of cats.
    Synonyms: brindled, brindle, brinded
  • (noun): Female cat.
    Synonyms: queen