equus

A horse, as seen in: - equus privatus - a mount provided at own expense. - equus publicus - a horse provided at state expense to a select body of knights and senators.

Equus

• (n.) A genus of mammals, including the horse, ass, etc.
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Equus

(from the article `horse`) ...retained the three-toed foot of their ancestors. One line, however, led to the one-toed Pliohippus, the direct predecessor of Equus. Pliohippus ...
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Equus

(from the article `Performing Arts`) ...parents` wedding anniversary; Jonathan Pryce led David Mamet`s blistering Glengarry Glen Ross; Daniel Radcliffe was outstandingly good as the ...
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Equus

(Latin) horse.
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Equus

(pronounced EK-wiss) The modern horse (genus Equus, which also includes zebras, asses, etc.) evolved about 4 million years ago in North America. It spread to Asia, Europe and Africa. The North American horses went extinct about 8,000 years ago, probably because of disease.
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Equus

genus Equus noun type genus of the Equidae: only surviving genus of the family Equidae
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Equus

[genus] E. ferus - Wild Horse E. grevyi - Grévy`s Zebra E. hemionus - Onager E. kiang - Kiang E. quagga - Plains Zebra Equus is a genus of mammals in the family Equidae, which includes horses, asses, and zebras. Within Equidae, Equus is the only recognized extant genus. The term equine refers to any member of this genus, including horses. ...
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Equus

[magazine] Equus is a monthly magazine for horse owners that was first published in November 1977. The intent of the magazine is succinctly stated by founding editor and publisher Ami Shinitzky`s original working title: The Horseman`s Veterinary Journal. In the editorial in the first issue Shinitzky wrote, `EQUUS serves as a bridge between ...
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Equus

[play] Equus is a play by Peter Shaffer written in 1973, telling the story of a psychiatrist who attempts to treat a young man who has a pathological religious fascination with horses. Shaffer was inspired to write Equus when he heard of a crime involving a 17-year-old who blinded six horses in a small town near Suffolk. He set out to const...
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Equus

E'quus noun [ Latin , horse.] (Zoology) A genus of mammals, including the horse, ass, etc.
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Equus

A - horse. B - horse standard, one of the five original legionary standards in the republican Roman army.
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Equus

Equus Related horse-word units: caval-; hippo-.
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equus

horse, steed, mount.
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equus

Latin, meaning: horse, steed, mount
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Equus

[n] - type genus of the Equidae: only surviving genus of the family Equidae
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