Ibizan hound

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I·bi·zan hound

 (ĭ-bē′zən, -zän)
n.
A swift, slender, medium-sized hunting dog developed in the Balearic Islands, having a red and white coat of short or wiry hair.

[After Ibiza.]
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Ibizan hound

(ɪˈbiːθən)
n
(Breeds) a tall slender short-haired breed of hound with large erect ears and a coat of white, chestnut, or tan, or of a combination of these colours
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Ibi′zan hound′


n.
one of a breed of tall, slender hounds with a long, narrow head, large erect ears, and usu. a red and white coat.
[1945–50]
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Noun1.Ibizan hound - breed of slender agile medium-sized hound found chiefly in the Balearic Islands; said to have been bred originally by the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt
hound, hound dog - any of several breeds of dog used for hunting typically having large drooping ears
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