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kon

In Bulgarian we call a horse "кон" and pronounse it "kon".
—Guest Arwen_6

kon

In Bulgarian we call a horse "кон" and pronounse it "kon".
—Guest Arwen_6

Horse

Spanish- Caballo (Pronounced "Ka-bai-oh") Italian- Cavallo (Pronounced "Ka-vai-oh") French- Chevelle (Pronounced "Shev-ahl")
—Guest RocketGiraffe

dog in another language

perro is dog in spanish. caballo is horse in spanish.
—Guest kjlskldjflsdhfljs

Polish

horse - koń horses - konie pony - kuc (often called diminutive kucyk) ponies - kuce (often called diminutive kucyki) stallion - ogier mare - klacz gelding - wałach colt - źrebię or źrebak (male) or źróbka (female)
—Guest Dot

how to say horse in another language

IN GREEK HORSE IS ΑΛΟΓΟ (PRON. ALOGO) in plural αλογα aloga (pron aloga) the mare is called φοραδα(pron forada) and the stallion επιβητορας ( pron.epivitoras)
—Guest VASILIOS BALOMENOS

Horse is Pferd in German

Pferd is the the singular word in German, Pferde is more than 1 horse. Pony-Ponies is the same in German as in English.
—Guest Simone O'Connor

horse in spanish

horse in spanish is actually caballo, cabello means hair.
—Guest kimcole

Horse names

Spanish = Caballo French = Cheval Italian = Cavallo Dutch = Paard Swedish = Häst
—Guest Star

horse in spanish

Cabello =================================================
—Guest sammcdonough

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In German, Pferd means Horse____________________________________________________________
—Guest Gungho

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In Polish language horse means koń ....................................................................................................
—Guest Kinga

how to say horse in another language?

in Arabic language ( hisan , gawad , sabih , faras )
—abdelwahabawad

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