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used in The Iliad by Homer (translated by: Lang, Leaf, & Myers)

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a male horse that has not been castrated (gelded) — especially one used for breeding purposes
  • ...horses were now running the last part of the course, back toward the grey sea, then was manifest the prowess of each, and the horses strained in the race; and presently to the front rushed the fleet mares of Pheres' grandson, and next to them Diomedes' stallions of the breed of Tros, not far apart, but hard anigh, for they seemed ever as they would mount Eumelos' car, and with their breath his back was warm and his broad shoulders, for they bent their heads upon him as they flew along.
    Book 23 (47% in)

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