A beautiful palomino mare with her foal.
palomino definition by Webster's New World
Origin: American Spanish ; from Spanish dove-colored ; from Classical Latin palumbinus ; from palumbes, a pigeon, ringdove ; from Indo-European base an unverified form pel-, gray, pale (from source pale, fallow): form probably influenced, influence by Classical Latin columba: see columbarium
palomino definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. pal·o·mi·nos
Origin: American Spanish, from Spanish, young dove, perhaps from Italian palombino, dove-colored, from Latin palumbīnus, pertaining to ringdoves, from palumbēs, ringdove; see pel-1 in Indo-European roots.