Equid



equid
(ěk’wĭd, ē’kwĭd)
Any of various hoofed mammals of the family Equidae, which includes horses, donkeys, and zebras. Equids have muscular bodies with long, slender legs adapted for running and a single hoofed digit at the end of each limb.

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    [ee-kwi-dis-tuh ns, ek-wi-] /ˌi kwɪˈdɪs təns, ˌɛk wɪ-/ noun 1. equal .

  • Equidistant

    [ee-kwi-dis-tuh nt, ek-wi-] /ˌi kwɪˈdɪs tənt, ˌɛk wɪ-/ adjective 1. equally distant. /ˌiːkwɪˈdɪstənt/ adjective 1. distant by equal amounts from two or more places adj. 1560s, from French équidistant (14c.), from Late Latin aequidistantem (nominative aequidistans), from aequi- (see equal) + distantem (see distant). In reference to a type of map projection, from 1866. equidistant […]



  • Equidistantly

    [ee-kwi-dis-tuh nt, ek-wi-] /ˌi kwɪˈdɪs tənt, ˌɛk wɪ-/ adjective 1. equally distant. /ˌiːkwɪˈdɪstənt/ adjective 1. distant by equal amounts from two or more places adj. 1560s, from French équidistant (14c.), from Late Latin aequidistantem (nominative aequidistans), from aequi- (see equal) + distantem (see distant). In reference to a type of map projection, from 1866. equidistant […]

  • Equiform

    [ee-kwuh-fawrm, ek-wuh-] /ˈi kwəˌfɔrm, ˈɛk wə-/ adjective 1. having the same shape or serving the same purpose.



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