Definition for SOL'I-PED

SOL'I-PED, n. [L. solus, alone, or solidus, and pes, foot. But the word is ill formed.]

An animal whose hoof is not cloven. – Brown. The solipeds constitute a group of quadrupeds with undivided hoofs, as for example, the Linnæan genus Equus. – Ed Encyc.

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