I come with her myself and I've knowed her since she was foaled.
We've been pals, you and I; pals since you were first foaled.
One of the farmers owned a mare which had foaled in the marketplace.
He took his broken rider back into the county where he had been foaled.
He would take five bars any time, egad, and sit any colt that was ever foaled.
He come from Greystop's paddock, where my Tophet was foaled; they are brothers.
And on the night of every first of May she foaled, and no one ever knew what became of the colt.
He was foaled in 1805, in Virginia, and became celebrated as a sire.
If the best nag ever foaled were to throw me in this unlucky spot, I'd blow his brains out.
I had a horse then that was made to measure, and foaled to order.
Old English fola "foal, colt," from Proto-Germanic *fulon (cf. Old Saxon folo, Middle Dutch and Dutch veulen, Old Norse foli, Old Frisian fola, Old High German folo, German Fohlen, Gothic fula), from PIE *pulo- "young of an animal" (cf. Greek polos "foal," Latin pullus "a young animal," Albanian pele "mare"), from root *pau- "few, little" (see few).
"give birth (to a foal)," late 14c., from foal (n.). Related: Foaled; foaling.