gaited

adjective
gait·ed | \ˈgā-təd \

Definition of gaited 

: having a particular gait or so many gaits slow-gaited a 3-gaited horse

First Known Use of gaited

1588, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for gaited

gait entry 1 + -ed entry 1

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gaisling

gaist

gait

gaited

gaiter

gaiterless

gaither

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