Pony

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Pony

  1. An athletic shoe or other piece of athletic gear of an American-based brand of that name.

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Etymology 1[edit]

Late 18th century, from English pony.

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Pony n (genitive Ponys, plural Ponys)

  1. pony (horse)
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Etymology 2[edit]

From the similarity of the haircut with the mane of a pony. Regarding the masculine gender, perhaps through Ponyschnitt (literally pony cut).

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Pony m (genitive Ponys, plural Ponys)

  1. bangs, fringe (haircut; portion of the hair)
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