Dictionary

palomino

noun pal·o·mi·no \ˌpa-lə-ˈmē-(ˌ)nō\

: a horse that is light golden or cream in color and that has a cream or white mane and tail

plural pal·o·mi·nos

Full Definition of PALOMINO

:  a horse that is pale cream to gold in color and has a flaxen or white mane and tail

Origin of PALOMINO

American Spanish, from Spanish, like a dove, from Latin palumbinus, from palumbes ringdove; akin to Greek peleia dove, Latin pallēre to be pale — more at fallow
First Known Use: 1914

Rhymes with PALOMINO

Browse

Next Word in the Dictionary: palookaPrevious Word in the Dictionary: palometaAll Words Near: palomino
April 19, 2015
desiccate Hear it
to dry up or become dried up
Take a 3-minute break and test your skills!
How to use a word that (literally) drives some people nuts.
Test your vocab with our fun, fast game
Ailurophobia, and 9 other unusual fears