Soliped

Sol"i*ped

(?), n. [Cf. F. solipde, It. solipede, Sp. solipedo; apparently fr. L. solus alone + pes, pedis, a foot; but probably fr. L. solidipes solid-footed, whole-hoofed. See Solid, and Pedal.] (Zol.) A mammal having a single hoof on each foot, as the horses and asses; a solidungulate.
[Written also solipede.]

[1913 Webster]

The solipeds, or firm-hoofed animals, as horses, asses, and mules, etc., -- they are, also, in mighty number.
Sir T. Browne.
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