veulen

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From Proto-Germanic, cognate with English foal, German Fohlen.

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veulen n ‎(plural veulens, diminutive veulentje n)

  1. A foal, the young of any equine and some other quadrupeds, either colt (male) or filly (female); unless specified, usually a horse's
  2. (figuratively) A young person, especially behaving naively; fool

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