She should enjoy the limelight while it lasts, because she will soon be expected to produce a foal a year.
He journeyed on till, after a short lapse of time, he reached the Red Sea, which he crossed on the back of his foal.
For as the lion's whelp may be called a lion, or the horse's foal a foal, so the son of a king may be called a king.
In such cases it has repeatedly been found impossible to extract the foal until such adhesions were broken down.
In the course of their walk, they stopped to notice the gambols of an ass's foal.
If any mare happens to be unruly, her foal is brought, and allowed to suck a little, after which the milker again succeeds.
Then you must lay hands on the mare and foal and catch them.
The foal brought Lawn Dyarrig out by another way to the upper world, and took him to Erin.
In the course of their walk they stopped to notice the gambols of an ass's foal.
Poor "Nell Gwynne's" foal knocked up to-day, after having kept up bravely since the mare's death.
Old English fola "foal, colt," from Proto-Germanic *fulon (cf. Old Saxon folo, Middle Dutch and Dutch veulen, Old Norse foli, Old Frisian fola, Old High German folo, German Fohlen, Gothic fula), from PIE *pulo- "young of an animal" (cf. Greek polos "foal," Latin pullus "a young animal," Albanian pele "mare"), from root *pau- "few, little" (see few).
"give birth (to a foal)," late 14c., from foal (n.). Related: Foaled; foaling.