a half turn to the right or left made by a horse with a rider
Origin of caracoleFrench ; from Walloon caracoll, literally , snail shell ; from Spanish caracol ; from Catalan caragol ; from French escargot, snail
to make a caracole or caracoles
Origin of caracoleFr caracoler < the n.
A half turn to the right or left performed by a horse and rider.
intransitive verbcar·a·coled, car·a·col·ing, car·a·coles
To perform a caracole.
Origin of caracoleFrench, from Spanish caracol, snail.
(third-person singular simple present caracoles, present participle caracoling, simple past and past participle caracoled)
- To execute a caracole.