foal

What is the difference between foal and stallion?

foal | stallion |

Stallion is a see also of foal.

Foal is a see also of stallion.


As nouns the difference between foal and stallion

is that foal is a young (male or female) horse, especially just after birth or less than a year old while stallion is an uncastrated male horse.

As a verb foal

is (equestrian) to give birth; to bear offspring.

What is the difference between foal and mare?

foal | mare |

Mare is a see also of foal.

Foal is a coordinate term of mare.


As nouns the difference between foal and mare

is that foal is a young (male or female) horse, especially just after birth or less than a year old while mare is an adult female horse or mare can be a type of evil spirit thought to sit on the chest of a sleeping person; also the feeling of suffocation felt during sleep; a nightmare or mare can be (planetology) a dark, large circular plain; a “sea”.

As a verb foal

is (equestrian) to give birth; to bear offspring.

What is the difference between foal and pony?

foal | pony |


As nouns the difference between foal and pony

is that foal is a young (male or female) horse, especially just after birth or less than a year old while pony is any of several small breeds of horse under 142 hands.

As verbs the difference between foal and pony

is that foal is (equestrian) to give birth; to bear offspring while pony is to lead (a horse) from another horse.

As a adjective pony is

(cockney rhyming slang) of little worth.

What is the difference between foal and colt?

foal | colt |

Foal is a see also of colt.

Colt is a see also of foal.


As nouns the difference between foal and colt

is that foal is a young (male or female) horse, especially just after birth or less than a year old while colt is a young male horse.

As verbs the difference between foal and colt

is that foal is (equestrian) to give birth; to bear offspring while colt is (obsolete|transitive) to horse; to get with young.

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