Bucephalus

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Bu·ceph·a·lus

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

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