Synonyms
Etymology

1. equine

noun. ['ˈiːˌkwaɪn'] hoofed mammals having slender legs and a flat coat with a narrow mane along the back of the neck.

Synonyms

  • hinny
  • zebra
  • horse
  • odd-toed ungulate
  • equid
  • perissodactyl
  • Equus caballus
  • Equus quagga
  • family Equidae
  • perissodactyl mammal
  • ass
  • quagga
  • mule

Etymology

  • equinus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Equine

  • alewine
  • alwine
  • antwine
  • arnwine
  • brandwein
  • brandywine
  • drinkwine
  • earlywine
  • eberwein
  • genuine
  • goodwine
  • gutwein
  • redwine
  • reichwein
  • richwine
  • susswein
  • trautwein
  • troutwine
  • woolwine

How do you pronounce equine?

Pronounce equine as ˈikˌwaɪn.

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Sentences with equine


1. Adjective
This equine dentist will let you know when you are ready to venture out on your own.

2. Verb, base form
In the past, veterinarians for horses or equine veterinarians looked after and cared for the horse's teeth.

3. Noun, singular or mass
They can set you up with a professional equine dentist so you can learn as an apprentice.

Quotes about equine


1. I was drawn to horses as if they were magnets. It was in my blood. I must have inherited from my grandfather a genetic proclivity toward the equine species. Perhaps there's a quirk in the DNA that makes horse people different from everyone else, that instantly divides humanity into those who love horses and the others, who simply don't know.
- Allan J. Hamilton, Zen Mind, Zen Horse: The Science and Spirituality of Working with Horses

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