Houyhnhnm

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Hou•yhn•hnm

(huˈɪn əm, ˈʰwɪn əm, ˈwɪn-)

n.
(in Swift's Gulliver's Travels) one of a race of horses endowed with reason.
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Noun1.Houyhnhnm - one of a race of intelligent horses who ruled the Yahoos in a novel by Jonathan Swift
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Nueve mil errores le corrigieron al libro Finnegans Wake, de James Joyce, publicado en 1939 y cuya nueva version publicara la editorial Houyhnhm, despues de 30 anos de trabajo de los expertos Danis Rose y John O'Hanlon.
Wells's invaders are hostile brutes; Lasswitz's are positively houyhnhm.