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palomino

noun [C] uk ( plural palominos) ( also palamino ( plural palaminos))   /ˌpæl.əˈmiː.nəʊ/ us    /-noʊ/
a horse that is gold in colour with a white mane (= neck hair) and tail
Translations of “palomino”
in Chinese (Traditional) 金毛銀鬃馬,巴羅米諾馬…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金毛银鬃马,帕洛米诺马…
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