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noun 
  1. A young horse, especially just after birth or less than a year old.
verb 
  1. (context, equestrian) To give birth; to bear offspring.
Etymology: Old English fola, from Germanic
  • fulon, from Indo-European
  • poul- "young animal". Cognate with Dutch veulen, German Fohlen, Swedish fíle; and (from Indo-European) with Greek á, Latin pullus. Compare filly.



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