What are they in English?

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lovecindy

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What are they in English? I appreciate your reply!:)
 

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Are they donkeys, ?, necklace, armchair and sheepdog?
 

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What are they in English? I appreciate your reply!:)


I think the first one is of an adult female horse (called a "mare") with her young (called a "foal" for a very young horse, a "colt" for a young male, and a "filly" for a young female)

I think the second one is a MANDALA.
You can look at these images. These are mandalas of many types
mandala - Google Images

I think the third one is a necklace with a mandala as a pendant

The last one is a large dog near an easy chair.
 

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I'd say those are some kind of deer and fawn. The bushy tail and the white dots on the kid seem a dead give-away.
 

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I'd say those are some kind of deer and fawn. The bushy tail and the white dots on the kid seem a dead give-away.

You may be right. I was influenced by those big hooves. :-D

The pictures are cartoony, so they're hard to interpret.
 
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