collie(redirected from Collie ectasia syndrome)
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A medium-to-large dog of a breed originating in Scotland as a sheepdog, having a long narrow muzzle and either a long rough coat or a short smooth coat, depending on the variety.
[Scots, perhaps variant of colly, like coal, from Middle English col, coal; see coal.]
[C17: Scottish, probably from earlier colie black with coal dust, from cole coal]
one of a breed of large Scottish sheepherding dogs with a long, narrow, wedge-shaped head and either a long, thick, straight coat or a short, hard coat.
[1645–55; perhaps Scots colle coal (in reference to the original coloration of the breed)]
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collie[ˈkɒli] n (= dog) → colley m
n → Collie m