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noun
a horse, especially a high-spirited one.
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Origin of steed

before 900; Middle English stēde,Old English stēda stallion; akin to stōdstud2; compare German Stute

OTHER WORDS FROM steed

steedlike, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for steed

steed
/ (stiːd) /

noun
archaic, or literary a horse, esp one that is spirited or swift

Word Origin for steed

Old English stēda stallion; related to German Stute female horse; see stud ²
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