Definition of stallion in English:

stallion

Syllabification: stal·lion
Pronunciation: /ˈstalyən
 
/

noun

An uncastrated adult male horse.
More example sentences
  • I was pleased to have several readers tell me they enjoyed reading my piece about the heavy horse stallions and the routes they followed in days gone by.
  • If the mares are not in foal to Kentucky stallions, it is difficult to get a really top price.
  • Nine of the 13 mares cataloged at Keeneland will be sold in foal to Shadwell-owned stallions.

Origin

Middle English: from an Anglo-Norman French variant of Old French estalon, from a derivative of a Germanic base shared by stall.

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