Welsh terrier
noun Date: 1885 any of a breed of wiry-coated terriers resembling Airedales but smaller and developed in Wales for hunting

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  • Welsh terrier — Welsh′ ter′rier n. dch one of a Welsh breed of terriers with a wiry black and tan coat, resembling an Airedale but smaller • Etymology: 1885–90 …   From formal English to slang

  • Welsh terrier — noun wire haired terrier resembling Airedales but smaller; developed in Wales for hunting • Hypernyms: ↑wirehair, ↑wirehaired terrier, ↑wire haired terrier • Hyponyms: ↑Sealyham terrier, ↑Sealyham …   Useful english dictionary

  • Welsh terrier — /wɛlʃ ˈtɛriə/ (say welsh tereeuh) noun a black and tan terrier of a breed developed in Wales as a hunting dog …   Australian English dictionary

  • Terrier galés — Terrier Gáles Nombres alternativos Welshie WT País de origen …   Wikipedia Español

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