What is another word for hickey horse?

Pronunciation: [hˈɪkɪ hˈɔːs] (IPA)

"Hickey horse" is a colloquial term typically used to refer to a horse with a distinctive mark or blemish on its skin caused by an insect bite, saddle, or other factors. Other synonyms for "hickey horse" include "bald-faced horse," "blaze-faced horse," "white-muzzled horse," "crooked-faced horse," and "skewbald horse." The term "hickey" may also refer to hickeys caused by neck kisses or love bites. However, it is important to refrain from associating these marks with horses and to use appropriate language to describe equine features. Using proper vocabulary can improve communication and avoid confusion or misunderstandings.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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