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pie·bald

 (pī′bôld′)
adj.
Spotted or patched, especially in black and white.
n.
A piebald animal, especially a horse.

[pie + Early Modern English bald, marked or streaked with white (from Middle English bald, bald; see bald).]

piebald

(ˈpaɪˌbɔːld)
adj
(Colours) marked or spotted in two different colours, esp black and white: a piebald horse.
n
(Animals) a black-and-white pied horse
[C16: pie2 + bald; see also pied]

pie•bald

(ˈpaɪˌbɔld)

adj.
1. having patches of two colors, esp. black and white.
n.
2. a piebald animal.
[1580–90; pie2 (see pied) + bald]

piebald

, skewbald - Piebald is being spotted with irregular patches of different colors, especially black and white; skewbald is spotted white and a color other than black.
See also related terms for spotted.

piebald

pinto
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.piebald - having sections or patches colored differently and usually brightlypiebald - having sections or patches colored differently and usually brightly; "a jester dressed in motley"; "the painted desert"; "a particolored dress"; "a piebald horse"; "pied daisies"
colored, coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"

piebald

Translations
مُلَوَّن بِلَوْنَيْن
grošovanýskvrnitý
tarkánfoltos
tvílitur; svartskjóttur
keršas
dābolains
grošovaný

piebald

[ˈpaɪbɔːld]
A. ADJpío, picazo
B. Ncaballo m pío, picazo m

piebald

[ˈpaɪbɔːld] adjpie inv

piebald

adjscheckig
nSchecke mf

piebald

[ˈpaɪˌbɔːld] adj (horse) → pezzato/a

piebald

(ˈpaiboːld) adjective
(usually of horses) black and white in patches.
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I grew up with piebalds driving gigs round the roads, not racehorses, so didn't know what I was going to do with him, but I couldn't have him doing nothing out in a field.
The event, which raised cash for the RSPCA, included first ridden class, dressage, ridden veteran, and a new ridden coloured class which sported skewbalds, piebalds and spotted breeds.
Our pictures snapped in Llandudno Road, Rumney, show that the white and black piebalds are still running freely around the east of the city.
This show is always of particular interest to breeders and owners of youngstock, encompassing a large variety of in hand classes, including all the mountain and moorland breeds, riding ponies, hunter ponies, competition horses and ponies, as well as piebalds and skewbalds.
Exceptions do occur, but just like albinos, most piebalds are short-lived and usually have physical abnormalities such as short lower jawbones, roman noses, short legs, deformed hooves, and an arching spine.