Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a draft horse.
|a North American breed of horse.
|a mustang or wild horse, whose tail hair is banged, i.e. with the end tuft squared.
|a horse of a racing breed related to the Arab.
|a horse which carries an officer's baggage during a campaign.
|properly, a bay horse, but often any horse. Commonly in the phrase blind bayard, an old blind horse.
|bronc bronco broncho
|a native or a Mexican horse of small size.
|a mare for breeding.
|an Australian wild horse.
|an untamed horse.
|a donkey. Pl. BURROS.
|pertaining to or suited to a horse.
|a horse used to draw a cart.
|an Indian pony.
|a wild ass native to the Tibetan plateau, aka KIANG or KYANG.
|a horse belonging to the heavy draught breeds. Cf. WARMBLOOD.
|the state or time of being a colt.
|cooser cuisser cusser
|a swift horse. Formerly, a large powerful horse ridden in battle.
|an old horse.
|in East Anglia, an ass.
|a horse used to draw a dray.
|a horse that has not been gelded.
|any member of the horse family.
|relating to horses.
|a horse of a light brown colour.
|a small type of horse.
|a castrated stallion.
|gennet jennet genet
|a small Spanish horse, a jenny donkey.
|a horse kept for hire, esp. one in a sorry condition.
|an Asiatic wild ass, the KIANG or DZIGGETAI. [Gk. hemionos, mule].
|of or relating to horses.
|a strong, active horse, of a middle size, said to have been originally from Ireland; an ambling nag.
|the head of a horse.
|a child's name for a horse.
|like a horse > HORSIER, HORSIEST.
|(coll.) a horse.
|a male ass or donkey.
|a female donkey.
|a horse, a nag. [Welsh ceffyl].
|a wild ass native to the Tibetan plateau, aka DZIGGETAI.
|a wild horse inhabiting the planes of Central Asia, aka ONAGER.
|the wild or half-wild horse of American plains, esp. of Mexico and California, descended from stock introduced by the Spanish.
|a wild ass of Asia > ONAGERS. (Also a military engine for throwing great stones, with pl. ONAGRI.
|a horse trained to pace in harness racing.
|a horse used for carrying a pack.
|a mule used for carrying a pack.
|an ambling nag.
|a saddle horse, esp. a light easy-gaited horse suitable for a woman.
|a horse of largely Arab blood, pale tan, yellow, or gold, with a white or silver mane and tail > PALAMINOS, PALOMINOS.
|a draught-horse of a breed originating in La Perche in Southern Normandy.
|a fill-horse, thill-horse, the horse in a team nearest to the carriage.
|a horse marked in black and white.
|a piebald horse > PINTOES or PINTOS. [Sp. pinto, painted].
|a horse used to deliver mail.
|powney pownie powny
|(sl.) a horse. [From Dutch paard, horse.]
|a prancing horse.
|an extinct African wild ass like the zebra. [Hottentot quacha].
|a horse bred to race.
|a horse that rears.
|a horse suitable for use on the road.
|a riding-horse, a nag.
|a roan horse.
|a broken-winded horse.
|a horse harnessed between shafts.
|a Shetland pony or sheepdog. [ON Hjalti, Shetlander].
|a horse marked in white and another colour not black.
|an uncastrated male horse.
|(poetic) a horse.
|like a STEED.
|a horse turned out to feed on stubble.
|a horse trained to work with sheep and cattle.
|a pack horse; a beast of burden.
|a horse bent down in the back.
|an ill-conditioned horse; (adj.) sticky > TACKIER, TACKIEST.
|a rare wild horse.
|a piebald variety of the horse, native of Tibet.
|a small wild horse of the steppes.
|the horse which goes between the thills, or shafts, and supports them; also, the last horse in a team.
|a horse that tripples, proceeds at a pace between a walk and a trot.
|a horse trained to trot in harness racing.
|an Australian-bred saddle-horse.
|a horse used in war.
|one of a race of horses developed from pedigree bloodlines from native American mares. Cf. COLDBLOOD.
|one of the horses next to the wheel in a team.
|a horse that engages in wind-sucking, a harmful habit of horses in which the animal arches its neck and swallows a gulp of air.
|a horse used in a labouring capacity rather than for racing.
|a mare, jade.
|any of a group of striped animals of the horse genus, found on the African continent.
|a cross between a zebra and an ass.
|the offspring of a male horse and a female zebra.
|a hybrid offspring of male zebra and female horse.