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A genus of horses having a single toe on each foot (like modern horses), known from North American fossil remains of the Pliocene epoch, and thought to be the ancestor of modern horses; a fossil horse of this genus.
Late 19th century. From scientific Latin Pliohippus, genus name from English plio- + ancient Greek ἵππος horse.
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