hoofy

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Etymology[edit]

From hoof +‎ -y.

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Adjective[edit]

hoofy (comparative more hoofy, superlative most hoofy)

  1. Having hooves; hoof-like.
    • 2016 November 30, Elsa Panciroli, “How did the whale get its 'moustache'?”, in The Guardian[1]:
      Around 50 million years ago, cetacean ancestors took to the water. It’s not only those hoofy legs they’ve modified and lost in their consequent evolutionary journey.