equestrian

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English[edit]

An equestrian sculpture of Brazilian military hero David Canabarro (1796–1867)

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Latin equus ("horse").

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equestrian ‎(comparative more equestrian, superlative most equestrian)

  1. of horseback riding or horseback riders
    They were an equestrian people.
    After his death an equestrian statue was created.

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equestrian ‎(plural equestrians)

  1. an equestrian person; a horserider

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