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Colt vs. Foal

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  • Colt (noun)

    A young male horse.

    "filly"

  • Colt (noun)

    A young crane (bird).

  • Colt (noun)

    A youthful or inexperienced person; a novice.

  • Colt (noun)

    A short piece of rope once used by petty officers as an instrument of punishment.

  • Colt (noun)

    A young camel or donkey.

  • Colt (verb)

    To horse; to get with young.

  • Colt (verb)

    To befool.

  • Colt (verb)

    To frisk or frolic like a colt; to act licentiously or wantonly.

  • Foal (noun)

    A young horse or related animal, especially just after birth or less than a year old.

  • Foal (noun)

    A young boy who assisted the headsman by pushing or pulling the tub.

  • Foal (verb)

    To give birth to (a foal); to bear offspring.

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Oxford Dictionary
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  • Colt (noun)

    The young of the equine genus or horse kind of animals; - sometimes distinctively applied to the male, filly being the female. Cf. Foal.

  • Colt (noun)

    A young, foolish fellow.

  • Colt (noun)

    A short knotted rope formerly used as an instrument of punishment in the navy.

  • Colt (verb)

    To frisk or frolic like a colt; to act licentiously or wantonly.

  • Colt

    To horse; to get with young.

  • Colt

    To befool.

  • Foal (noun)

    The young of any animal of the Horse family (Equidæ); a colt; a filly.

  • Foal

    To bring forth (a colt); - said of a mare or a she ass.

  • Foal (verb)

    To bring forth young, as an animal of the horse kind.

Webster Dictionary
  • Colt (noun)

    a young male horse under the age of four

  • Colt (noun)

    a kind of revolver

  • Foal (noun)

    a young horse

  • Foal (verb)

    give birth to a foal;

    "the mare foaled"

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