Dobermann


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Do·ber·mann

(dō′bər-mən)
n. Chiefly British
A Doberman pinscher.

Dobermann

, pinscher - Dobermanns are named for German dog breeder Ludwig Dobermann; pinscher means "terrier" in German.
See also related terms for terrier.
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