a caper or leap.
Manège. a movement in which the horse jumps up with its forelegs well drawn in, kicks out with its hind legs in a horizontal position in the air, and then lands again on the same spot.
to execute a capriole.
The School of Recreation (1684 edition) Robert Howlett
(dressage) a high upward but not forward leap made by a horse with all four feet off the ground
(dancing) a leap from bent knees
(intransitive) to perform a capriole
a native or inhabitant of Capri. Historical Examples Masques & Phases Robert Ross
a strip of land in NE Namibia that extends E between Botswana on the S and Angola and Zambia on the N to the Zambezi River. 280 miles (450 km) long, 20–65 miles (32–105 km) wide.
a salt or ester of caproic acid.
an oily, colorless or yellow liquid, C 6 H 12 O 2 , with an odor like limburger cheese, usually obtained from fatty animal tissue or coconut oil, or synthesized: used chiefly in the manufacture of flavoring agents. noun another name for hexanoic acid