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Bu·ceph·a·lus

 (byo͞o-sĕf′ə-ləs)
n.
Alexander the Great's war horse.

Bucephalus

(bjuːˈsɛfələs)
n
(Historical Terms) the favourite horse of Alexander the Great
[C17: from Latin, from Greek Boukephalos, from bous ox + kephalē head]

Bu•ceph•a•lus

(byuˈsɛf ə ləs)

n.
the horse used by Alexander the Great on most of his military campaigns.
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Mavros, who had been deployed to the site with his specially trained dog, Bucephalos, to identify the location of humans and human remains, said this was the first mission for several in their 10-dog team.