hooved vs ungulate what difference

what is difference between hooved and ungulate

English

Etymology

From Middle English hoved, hovyde, from Old English ġehōfod (hoofed, hooved), equivalent to hoof +‎ -ed.

Adjective

hooved (not comparable)

  1. (Britain) Alternative form of hoofed


English

Etymology

From Late Latin ungulātus, from Latin ungula (hoof).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈʌŋɡjələt/, /ˈʌŋɡjəleɪt/

Adjective

ungulate (not generally comparable, comparative more ungulate, superlative most ungulate)

  1. Having hooves.
    • 1866, Andrew Murray, The geographical distribution of mammals, page 242:
    • 1893, in The American naturalist, volume 27, page 126 [1]:
    • 2012, Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Collected John Carter of Mars, volume 3:
  2. Shaped like a hoof.
    • 1922, in Indiana University studies, volume 9, page 68 [2]:

Translations

Noun

ungulate (plural ungulates)

  1. An ungulate animal; a hooved mammal.
Translations

Related terms

  • biungulate
  • unguiculate
  • unguligrade

Further reading

  • ungulate on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

Italian

Adjective

ungulate

  1. feminine plural of ungulato

Latin

Adjective

ungulāte

  1. vocative masculine singular of ungulātus

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