Hoof

Hoof is slang for a foot.
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hoof

[n] - the horny covering of the end of the foot in hoofed mammals 2. [n] - the foot of an ungulate mammal 3. [v] - dance in a professional capacity (slang)
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Hoof

Hoof noun ; plural Hoofs , very rarely Hooves . [ Middle English hof , Anglo-Saxon hōf ; akin to Dutch hoef , G1huf, Old High German huof , Icelandic hōfr , Swedish hof , Danish hov ; confer Russian kopuito...
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Hoof

Hoof intransitive verb 1. To walk as cattle. [ R.] William Scott. 2. To be on a tramp; to foot. [ Slang, U.S.] To hoof it , to foot it.
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hoof

Origin: OE. Hof, AS. Hof; akin to D. Hoef, G1huf, OHG. Huof, Icel. Hofr, Sw. Hof, Dan. Hov; cf. Russ. Kopuito, Skr. Capha. ... 1. The horny substance or case that covers or terminates the feet of certain animals, as horses, oxen, etc. 'On burnished hooves his war horse trode.' (Tennyson) ... 2. A hoofed animal; a beast. 'Our cattle also shall go wi...
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hoof

noun the foot of an ungulate mammal
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Hoof

• (v. i.) To walk as cattle. • (n.) A hoofed animal; a beast. • (n.) The horny substance or case that covers or terminates the feet of certain animals, as horses, oxen, etc. • (v. i.) To be on a tramp; to foot. • (n.) See Ungula.
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hoof

(from the article `ungulate`) formerly, any hoofed mammal. Although the term is now used more broadly in formal classification as the grandorder Ungulata, in common usage it was ... ...of a digit. Nails—found only in mammals—consist of a broad and flattened unguis, with the subunguis reduced to a vestige under the outer tip. ....
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hoof

hoof, horny epidermal casing at the end of the digits of an ungulate (hoofed) mammal. In the even-toed ungulates, such as swine, deer, and cattle, the hoof is cloven; in the odd-toed ungulates, such as the horse and the rhinoceros, it is solid.
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Hoof

A hoof is the horny casing of the foot of a ruminant, horse, swine or similar animals. Hooves may be regarded as homologues of the toe-nails of other animals. They are composed of epithelium cells, agglutinated and dried, and of intercellular substance and cell contents. Chemically they consist of keratin.
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hoof

Horny covering that protects the sensitive parts of the foot of an animal. The possession of hooves is characteristic of the orders Artiodactyla (even-toed ungulates such as deer and cattle), and Perissodactyla (horses, tapirs, and rhinoceroses). The flexibility of the hoof is promoted by a fluid secreted by the keratogenous (horn-producing...
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Hoof

pick A metal or strong plastic tool with a pointed end for picking debris out of the underside of hooves.
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Hoof

The hard horny covering of the horse's foot
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Hoof

A hoof (f or f), plural hooves (z or z) or hoofs s, is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick, horny, keratin covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wa...
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Hoof

the horse
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