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stal·lion

 (stăl′yən)
n.
1. An adult male horse that has not been castrated, especially one kept for breeding, or an adult male of another equine species.
2. Slang A man regarded as virile and sexually active.

[Middle English stalione (alteration of staloun), from Anglo-Norman estaloun, of Germanic origin; see stel- in Indo-European roots.]
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stallion

(ˈstæljən)
n
(Animals) an uncastrated male horse, esp one used for breeding
[C14: staloun, from Old French estalon of Germanic origin; related to Old High German stal stall1]
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stal•lion

(ˈstæl yən)

n.
an uncastrated adult male horse, esp. one used for breeding.
[1350–1400; Middle English staloun < Anglo-French; compare Old French estalon=estal- (< Germanic; see stall1) + -on n. suffix]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stallion - uncastrated adult male horsestallion - uncastrated adult male horse  
male horse - the male of species Equus caballus
studhorse, stud - adult male horse kept for breeding
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Translations
حِصان صالِح للإسْتيلاد
жребец
hřebec
hingst
ori
pastuhždrijebac
ménapaméncsődör
stóîhestur
eržilas
ērzelis
dekhengsthengst
žrebec
žrebec

stallion

[ˈstælɪən] Nsemental m, padrillo m (LAm)
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stallion

[ˈstæliən] nétalon m (cheval)
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stallion

nHengst m; (for breeding) → Zuchthengst m
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stallion

[ˈstæljən] nstallone m
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

stallion

(ˈstӕljən) noun
a fully-grown male horse.
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References in periodicals archive ?
"She kicked the living daylights out of the teaser stallion so wasn't allowed to go," said Tate.
When a mare enters, somebody pushes a button, a window opens and Cooperstown, an Overbrook teaser stallion, sticks his head in to try his luck, nuzzling her flank and nosing her haunches.
In the past 20 years, vets have grown very precise in pinpointing ovulation (an increase in accuracy that has allowed stallions to double their workload-and farms to double their profits-since fewer and fewer mares require follow-up visits), but final verification is still left to the teaser stallion.