(of a dog or horse) Walk in a trained gait, as at a show
the dogs are gaiting in a circle
A person's manner of walking
the easy gait of an athlete
The paces of an animal, esp. a horse or dog
pace: the rate of moving (especially walking or running)
a horse's manner of moving
a person's manner of walking
Gait is the pattern of movement of the limbs of animals, including humans, during locomotion over a solid substrate. Most animals use a variety of gaits, selecting gait based on speed, terrain, the need to maneuver, and energetic efficiency. ...
The gait of a dog is its quality of movement. It is given a great deal of importance in the breed standard of some breeds, of lesser importance in other standards, and in some breeds gait is not described in the standard at all. A dog's gait is much similar to a horse's.
Horse gaits are the various ways in which a horse can move, either naturally or as a result of specialized training by humans.Ensminger, M. E. Horses and Horsemanship 6th edition USA: Interstate Publishers 1990 ISBN 0-8134-2883-1 p. 65-66
Human gait is the way locomotion is achieved using human limbs. Different gaits are characterized by differences in limb movement patterns, overall velocity, forces, kinetic and potential energy cycles, and changes in the contact with the surface (ground, floor, etc.).
GAIT (an acronym for the GSM-ANSI-136 Interoperability Team) is a wireless standard developed in 1999 that allows cross-operation of mobile telephone technologies. ...
How an individual walks. Normal gait requires the proper functioning of the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system.
The pattern of footsteps at various rates of speed, each pattern distinguished by a particular rhythm and footfall.
pattern of walking or locomotion.
sequence of horses movements (usually refers to walk, trot, canter, gallop etc...)
Pattern of movement of the dog. Can be described as gallop, trot, walk, or hackney. Gait is a good indicator of structure, temperament, and condition.
Gait is a manner or way of walking. Gait disturbances are associated with certain neurologic or neuromuscular disorders, orthopedic conditions, inflammatory conditions of the joints such as arthritis and other abnormalities.
patterns of walking; a change in gait, such as staggered walking with the legs wide apart, can be a symptom of multiple sclerosis
The particular manner of walking (e.g., ataxic, scissor, etc.). Used in diagnosing underlying conditions and in devising interventions.
The pattern of walking, which is often characterized by elements of progression, efficiency, stability and safety.
The manner in which a horse goes, based on the sequence and rhythm of its foot movements. See canter; gallop; trot; walk.
(gaet), street leading to a gate of a town.
A gait is a style of movement on land. Crocodiles have three classically defined gaits - the belly crawl, the high walk and the gallop, which are quite distinct from each other.
A type of movement or locomotion. The gaits used by llamas are walk, pace, trot, gallop and pronk. See pictures and videos of the different gaits.
type of running action. There are two pacing and trotting.
Gait is how you move your limbs, and can apply to walking, running, or any other sport-specific activity. Your gait can affect your body in many different ways and can be the cause of problems. Likewise, problems in your body may lead to changes in your gait that can affect your performance.
gait, usually gate A street or way; a common pasture [as in the above case], aisle between looms in a mill, gallery in a coalmine, also used in compound words e.g. Kirkgate, 'the way to the church'. ...
Putting one foot in front of another and walking. Affects what type of shoe you wear and how your shoes will wear.