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Definition of Caballine

Caballine
Caballine Cab"al*line (k[a^]b"al*l[imac]n), a. [L. caballinus, fr. caballus a nag. Cf. Cavalier.] Of or pertaining to a horse. -- n. Caballine aloes. Caballine aloes, an inferior and impure kind of aloes formerly used in veterinary practice; -- called also horse aloes. Caballine spring, the fountain of Hippocrene, on Mount Helicon; -- fabled to have been formed by a stroke from the foot of the winged horse Pegasus.

Meaning of Caballine from wikipedia

- that she is only in her eighties. Foaly is married to a centaur called Caballine, whom he was first revealed to have been dating during the time jump in...
- Domovoi Butler while she is under the control of the beserkers. Caballine (full name: Caballine Wanderford Paddox Foaly) is Foaly's love interest in Artemis...
- caballine horses included the ancestor of the modern horse. At the end of the Last Glacial Period, the non-caballines went extinct and the caballines...
- noncaballoids 4 Mya. Genetic results suggest that all North American fossils of caballine equines, as well as South American fossils traditionally placed in the...
- and South America. Recent studies suggest all North American fossils of caballine-type horses, including both the domesticated horse and Przewalski's horse...
- the presence of two equine species in Late Pleistocene North America, a caballine species, suggested to be conspecific with the wild horse, and Haringtonhippus...
- bad-tempered Commander Root. He 'hitches' or marries a centaur named Caballine in The Lost Colony while Captain Short and Artemis are in Limbo, and apparently...
- and South America. These results suggest all North American fossils of caballine-type horses (which also include the domesticated horse and Przewalski's...
- domesticated horses to hybridize and produce fertile offspring. Of the caballine equines, E. ferus, only E. ferus ferus, also known as the European wild...
- analysis places Equus ovodovi as a phylogenetically basal group for non-caballine horses, with closest genetic affinity with zebras. So far, the fossils...
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