/hʊft/ (say hooft)

having hoofs; ungulate.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Hoofed — Hoofed, a. Furnished with hoofs. Grew. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hoofed — hu̇ft, hüft, hüvd, hu̇vd or hooved hüvd, hu̇vd adj furnished with hooves: UNGULATE …   Medical dictionary

  • hoofed — [ho͞oft, hooft] adj. having hoofs; ungulate …   English World dictionary

  • hoofed — adjective having or resembling hoofs horses and other hoofed animals • Syn: ↑ungulate, ↑ungulated, ↑hooved • Ant: ↑unguiculate (for: ↑ungulate) …   Useful english dictionary

  • hoofed — adj ungulate, ungulous; cloven hoofed, cloven footed …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • hoofed — hoof ► NOUN (pl. hoofs or hooves) ▪ the horny part of the foot of a horse, cow, etc. ► VERB informal 1) kick (a ball) powerfully. 2) (hoof it) go on foot. 3) (hoof it) dance …   English terms dictionary

  • hoofed — or hooved adjective Date: 1513 furnished with hooves ; ungulate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hoofed — /hooft, hoohft/, adj. having hoofs; ungulate. [1505 15; HOOF + ED3] * * * …   Universalium

  • hoofed — adjective Having a hoof …   Wiktionary

  • hoofed — Synonyms and related words: asinine, bovid, bovine, caprid, caprine, clawed, cowish, cowlike, deerlike, equestrian, equine, footed, goatish, goatlike, hircine, hoggish, horsy, mulish, ovine, pedal, piggish, plantar, ruminant, sheepish, sheeplike …   Moby Thesaurus

  • hoofed — Everyday English Slang in Ireland v walked …   English dialects glossary

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