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Definition of Forehoof
1. the hoof of a forefoot [n -HOOFS or -HOOVES]
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Literary usage of Forehoof
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1. Belden, the White Chief: Or, Twelve Years Among the Wild Indians of the Plains by George Pfauts Belden (1875)
"The next moment, however, the chief was struck senseless by the other forehoof, and when he recovered his senses the buffalo was gone. ..."
2. The Numismatic Chronicle by Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) (1898)
"... and the distinctly cloven near forehoof, seem to make the bovine nature of the monster a matter of certainty. 2. iE. 22 mm Head of Artemis r., ..."
3. Etruscan Bologna: A Study by Sir Richard Francis Burton (1876)
"... the near forehoof on the bracts of a caulis. The shape is to the highest degree archaic, this curious monument was presented by Count Ercole Malvasia to ..."
4. The Essentials of Agriculture by Henry Jackson Waters (1915)
"The points in judging the foot of a horse A, bottom of a regular forehoof: /?, a contracted foot; C, too-wide position ; D, too- narrow position; . ..."
5. War's Brighter Side: The Story of "The Friend" Newspaper Edited by the by Julian Ralph (1901)
"... star on forehead, white patch on top lip, tick marks on hind quarters, long tail trimmed square, branded RG off forehoof. A 15 near fore- hoof. ..."