foal

Part of speech: noun

a young horse

Part of speech: verb

To give birth to, as a foal; produce a foal.

Part of speech: noun

The young of an equine animal; a colt or filly.

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Usage examples "foal":

  1. Then the King remembered his judgment of yesterday and, calling the men before him, decided that the foal should belong to the man who had the mare and who had fished in front of his windows. - "Europa's Fairy Book", Joseph Jacobs.
  2. " Let us go, Sancho, my son," said Don Quixote, " and in guerdon of this news, as unexpected as it is good, I bestow upon thee the best spoil I shall win in the first adventure I may have; or if that does not satisfy thee, I promise thee the foals I shall have this year from my three mares that thou knowest are in foal on our village common." - "The History of Don Quixote, Volume II., Complete", Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.
  3. Then the foal said, My dear little father! - "Cossack Fairy Tales and Folk Tales", Anonymous.