gait

  1. the rate of moving (especially walking or running)
  2. a horse's manner of moving
  3. a person's manner of walking

gait

[n] - a horse`s manner of moving 2. [n] - a person`s manner of walking
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Gait

Describes the pattern of walking
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Gait

Gait: A manner of walking. Observation of the gait can provide clues to a number of diagnoses including Parkinson disease, cerebral palsy, congenital dislocation of the hip, and stroke.
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Gait

(gate) Scots word for street which would have originally had a gait or port on it. The name is usually indicitative of its original function eg marketgait, cowgait, along which cows would be driven to common pasture.
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Gait

Gait noun [ See Gate a way.] 1. A going; a walk; a march; a way. « Good gentleman, go your gait , and let poor folks pass.» Shak. 2. Manner of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while moving. « 'T is Cinna; I do know him by his gait
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gait

<neurology> Pattern of walking. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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gait

(gāt) the manner or style of walking; see also gait analysis.
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Gait

• (n.) Manner of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while moving. • (n.) A going; a walk; a march; a way.
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gait

(from the article `horsemanship`) The natural gaits of the horse are the walk, the trot, the canter or slow gallop, and the gallop, although in dressage the canter and gallop are not ... ...a well-shaped shoulder. The croup is long and almost level. American Saddlebred horses have most of the solid colours with white markings and are .....
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gait

Type: Term Pronunciation: gāt Definitions: 1. Manner of walking.
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Gait

A person’s manner of walking. People in the later stages of Alzheimer’s disease often have a "magnetic gait," which means their ability to lift their feet as they walk has diminished.
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gait

Person’s manner of walking. People with Parkinson’s disease or Lewy Body dementia may have a “shuffling” gait. While people with Alzheimer’s disease have a reduced gait, because as they become more disabled they lose the ability to lift their feet.
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Gait

The pattern of footsteps at various rates of speed, each pattern distinguished by a particular rhythm and footfall.
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Gait

The pattern of footsteps at various rates of speed, each pattern distinguished by a particular rhythm and footfall.
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Gait

Your walking style/movement.
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Gait

movement at various speed
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Gait

Left and right side views - back and front feet meet but don
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Gait

Harness horses are divided into two distinct groups, pacers or trotters, depending on their gait when racing. The gait is the manner in that a horse moves its legs when running. The pacer is a horse with a lateral gait, whereas a trotter or square-gaiter has a diagonal gait.
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Gait

A pace, eg walk, trot, canter.
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Gait

[dog] The gait of a dog is its quality of movement. It is given a great deal of importance in the breed standard of some breeds, of lesser importance in other standards, and in some breeds gait is not described in the standard at all. A dog`s gait is much similar to a horse`s. A dog judge must know the gait requirements in the Standard of t...
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GAIT

[wireless] GAIT (an acronym for the GSM-ANSI-136 Interoperability Team) is a wireless standard developed in 1999 that allows cross-operation of mobile telephone technologies. Phones compliant with the GAIT standard can operate on either contemporary GSM networks, or the legacy IS-136 TDMA and AMPS networks found extensively throughout North...
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Gait

[human] Human gait refers to locomotion achieved through the movement of human limbs. Human gait is defined as bipedal, biphasic forward propulsion of center of gravity of the human body, in which there are alternate sinuous movements of different segments of the body with least expenditure of energy. Different gait patterns are characteriz...
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Gait

Gait is the pattern of movement of the limbs of animals, including humans, during locomotion over a solid substrate. Most animals use a variety of gaits, selecting gait based on speed, terrain, the need to maneuver, and energetic efficiency. Different animal species may use different gaits due to differences in anatomy that prevent use of certain ...
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Gait

a manner of walking, stepping, or running (Stein 1966).
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