- n. 帕洛米诺马（美国西南部产，毛淡黄或奶油色，腿细长）
- n. (Palomino)人名；(西)帕洛米诺
- palomino (n.)
- 1914, from American Spanish palomino "cream-colored horse," from Spanish, literally "young dove," perhaps from Italian palombino "dove-colored," from Latin palumbinus "of wood pigeons," from palumba "wood pigeon" (see fallow (adj.)). The horse so called because of its dove-like coloring, light brown or cream with a pale mane and tail.
- 1. Question 4 : In which country did Appaloosa, Palomino, and Pinto horses originate and gain popularity?
- 问题 4: 阿帕卢萨马 、 帕拉米诺马和品脱马的原产地和获得流行的国家是何国?
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