- hippocratic nail,
- hippocratic oath,
- hippocratic succussion sound,
Origin of hippogriff
Examples from the Web for hippogriff
There he would bring the Moors, and there should his hero Astolfo, riding on a Hippogriff, &c. &c.
And it will hurt you much less if the Hippogriff and I happen to be flying in the same direction.
And also they heard the answer of the person on the Hippogriff—the person who had snatched Philip on to its back.
Pegasus was the parent of the Hippogriff, and Polyphemus of Orco.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature|John Addington Symonds
The hippogriff was therefore one quarter eagle, which is two dollars and fifty cents in gold.The Cynic's Word Book|Ambrose Bierce
Word Origin for hippogriff
also hippogryph, 1650s, from French hippogriffe (16c.), from Italian ippogrifo, from Greek hippos "horse" (see equine) + Italian grifo, from Late Latin gryphus "griffin" (see griffin). A creature part griffin, but with body and hind parts in the form of a horse.