I saw some people say or spell "horsies" instead of "horses". Since I didn't find the word in dictionary, I wonder if horsies is a valid variation of horses or not.


Here's the word from a more inclusive dictionary:
Wiktionary "horsy"

horsy (plural horsies) (childish or endearing) A child's term or name for a horse.

So, it's a valid word if you are less than six years old, or are talking to someone who is.

Horsie (or horsy) also appears as an adjective in other dictionaries.

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