A horse makes a nay sound.
"Sound" means the horse is not limping. "Unsound" is the opposite. Other words for sound are "off" and "lame".
A neigh.The sound of a horse is neigh, pronounced: nay.
A horse makes a neigh sound
a donkey makes an 'eyore' sound and the horse makes an 'neigh' sound. The donkey tends to be maller than the horse and is more fluffier and was discovered after the horse was.
A horse neighs or whinnys
A correct way to spell the sound a horse makes could be "neigh".
they make the same sound as a deer or horse
It is referred to as a "neigh" sound.
A horse makes a whinny sound.
Horse makes neigh sound.
a neigh of a whenny
niegh or whinnie
The OR in horse has a caret O sound (long O + R). The E is silent. *In British English the OR has the AW sound rather than a long O (ore) sound.
Horses do not speak Tagalog or any other Philippine dialect. They speak horse and sound the same as always.
It means that there is nothing wrong with the horse's hooves. A horse is not sound if it has thrush, wind puffs, etc.