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Translation of "hoof" - English-Spanish dictionary

hoof

noun   /huːf/ ( plural hoofs, hooves /huːvz/)
the hard part on the foot of a horse and some other large animals casco, pezuña
(Definition of hoof from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hoof

noun /huːf, (American) huf/ ( plurals hooves /huːvz (American) huvz/, hoofs)
the horny part of the feet of horses, cows etc casco, pezuña That horse has an injured hoof.
(Definition of hoof from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hoof”
in Korean 발굽…
in Arabic حافِر…
in Malaysian kuku…
in French sabot…
in Russian копыто…
in Chinese (Traditional) (馬、羊、鹿等動物的)蹄…
in Italian zoccolo…
in Turkish toynak…
in Polish kopyto…
in Vietnamese móng guốc…
in Portuguese casco, pata (de cavalo)…
in Thai กีบ…
in German der Huf…
in Catalan casc, peülla…
in Japanese (馬などの)ひづめ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (马、羊、鹿等动物的)蹄子…
in Indonesian teracak, kuku kuda…
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