Definition of Female horse

1. Noun. Female equine animal.

Exact synonyms: Mare
Group relationships: Equidae, Family Equidae
Generic synonyms: Equus Caballus, Horse
Specialized synonyms: Broodmare, Stud Mare

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Female Horse

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female catheter
female chest
female child
female circumcisions
female gonad
female hermaphroditism
female horse (current term)
female internal reproductive organ
female mammal
female monarch
female offspring
female parent
female pattern alopecia
female pattern baldness
female person
female prostate
female prostates
female reproductive system
female rhymes

Literary usage of Female horse

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1. The Primary School Spelling-book: Designed for Primary and Intermediate Schools by William Draper Swan (1858)
"... one who digs. mi nor, under age. mare, a female horse. may or, chief magistrate. nay, not so. neigh, the voice of a horse. ..."

2. Grammar and Thinking: A Study of the Working Conceptions in Syntax by Alfred Dwight Sheffield (1912)
"Thus while we have no name for 'horse of white colour* (answering to mare, filly for 'female horse,' 'young female horse'), we can describe it by while ..."

3. A Dictionary of English Plant-names by James Britten, Robert Holland (1886)
"... female horse-tail," Lat. cauda equina foemina, being looked upon as the female of the larger and stronger Equisetum fluviatile. ..."

4. Folk-Etymology: A Dictionary of Verbal Corruptions Or Words Perverted in by Abram Smythe Palmer (1882)
"Thus a distinguished scholar speaking of the ancient Egyptian language says, " The name of the female horse was 8f.s-mut, the last word either ..."

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