Definition from: Dictionary.Com
The cloven hoof is also traditionally associated with the Devil. In works from Shakespeare and Sir Thomas Browne the association is very close and the devil takes pains to hide or disguise the hoof. In other works the Devil and the cloven hoof can be separated, some believe the cloven hoof more mischievous than the devil. But not every cloven hoof is the devil's minion. In Teutonic Mythology the devil has a non-cloven hoof that is solid like that of a horse, from which he can not be separated.
Description from: Wikipedia Encyclopedia
Devil clipart from: Webweaver's
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