Irish terrier
noun Date: 1857 any of a breed of active medium-sized terriers characterized by a dense close usually reddish wiry coat

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  • Irish Terrier — FCI Standard Nr. 139 Gruppe 3: Terrier Sektion 1: Hochläufige Ter …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Irish terrier — n. any of a breed of terrier with a long head, a dense, wiry coat of a solid color, often red or reddish, and a docked tail …   English World dictionary

  • Irish Terrier — Infobox Dogbreed akcgroup = Terrier akcstd = http://www.akc.org/breeds/irish terrier/index.cfm altname = Irish Red Terrier ankcgroup = Group 2 (Terriers) ankcstd = http://www.ankc.aust.com/irishterr.html ckcgroup = Group 4 Terrier ckcstd =… …   Wikipedia

  • Irish terrier — one of an Irish breed of terriers having a dense, wiry, reddish coat. [1855 60] * * * Breed of terrier developed in Ireland, one of the oldest terrier breeds. It stands 16–18 in. (41.5–46 cm) high, weighs 22–26 lbs (10–12 kg), and has a wiry… …   Universalium

  • irish terrier — o terrier irlandés Raza de terrier que se desarrolló en Irlanda, una de las más antiguas de los terrier. Su alzada es 41,5–46 cm (16–18 pulg.), pesa 10–12 kg (22–26 lb) y tiene el pelo duro, color rojo dorado a marrón rojizo. Apodado el temerario …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Irish terrier — noun a terrier of a rough haired light reddish brown breed …   English new terms dictionary

  • Irish terrier — noun medium sized breed with a wiry brown coat; developed in Ireland • Hypernyms: ↑terrier …   Useful english dictionary

  • Irish terrier — I′rish ter′rier n. dch one of an Irish breed of medium sized terriers having a dense, wiry reddish coat and a short beard • Etymology: 1855–60 …   From formal English to slang

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