PRONUNCIATION: (KAB-uh-lyn/leen)

MEANING: adjective:
1. Giving inspiration.
2. Relating to horses.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin caballus (horse). Earliest documented use: 1430.

NOTES: In Greek mythology, Hippocrene was a spring on Mt. Helicon that was created by a stroke of Pegasus’s hoof. If we can have a word coined after Greek hippos (horse), why not coin one after Latin caballus (horse), as well.

CABALLINT - what's in the conspirators' belly button

COBALLINE - blue-colored

Ca BALLITE - a spherical crystal of calcium salt