MULEY

Etymology 1

Gaelic maolag, a hornless cow, from maol, bald, hornless, blunt.

Adjective

muley (not comparable)

(of cattle or deer) Without horns.

Etymology 2

Noun

muley (plural muleys)

(informal) mule deer

Source: Wiktionary


Mu"ley, n. (Sawmills)

Definition: A stiff, long saw, guided at the ends but not stretched in a gate. Muley axle (Railroad), a car axle without collars at the outer ends of the journals. Forney.

Mul"ey, n.

Definition: See Mulley.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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