un hoofed

hoofed

[hooft, hooft]
adjective
having hoofs; ungulate.

Origin:
1505–15; hoof + -ed3

unhoofed, adjective
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hoofed (huːft)
 
adj
a.  having a hoof or hoofs
 b.  (in combination): four-hoofed; cloven-hoofed

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hoof
O.E. hof, from P.Gmc. *khofaz (cf. O.Fris. hof, Dan. hov, Du. hoef, Ger. Huf "hof"), from PIE *kopos (cf. Skt. saphah "hoof"). For spelling, see hood. Sense of "to walk" (hoof it) is first attested 1641; "to dance" is 1921 Amer.Eng. (in hoofer).
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