palomino


pal·o·mi·no

noun \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

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