uncloven

uncloven

(ʌnˈkləʊvən)
adj
literary not cleft or split; not bifurcated
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564 Thus speaking, he None listed as Having killed the drove the horses they appear in Thracians, Diomedes returns with uncloven the vicinity of to the Achean camp with the hooves through the the Mithras horses he has stolen.
17) In the classification of abhaksya animals, we see the distinctions between atmosphere, earth, and water; between village and wilderness (grama/aranya); between cloven-hoofed farm animals based on the paradigmatic cow and the uncloven work animals (horse); between paradigmatic birds that live up in the air and those that live and feed in water (web-footed); between carnivores and herbivores.