Epihippus

noun Epi·hip·pus \ˌepə̇ˈhipəs, ˌepēˈ-\

Definition of Epihippus

  1. :  a genus of ancestral horses of the Upper Eocene known only from fragmentary remains and having the middle toe of each foot prominent and the side toes rather slender

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Origin and Etymology of epihippus

New Latin, from epi- + -hippus


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