Origin of Airedale
Examples from the Web for airedale
Mrs. Airedale swooned; the Bishop's progress up the aisle was impeded by a number of ladies hastening for an exit.Where the Blue Begins|Christopher Morley
The Airedale, hearing Hals step, got up and fawned against him.Cursed|George Allan England
Other ice-streams also passed down various alleys from Teesdale to Airedale, and the Ouse.Records of Woodhall Spa and Neighbourhood|J. Conway Walter
The city at best is no place for any dog; no place for terriers of all dogs, and of all terriers, the Airedale!
Of course, not one Airedale in a thousand comes within seventy-five per cent.
Word Origin for Airedale
type of terrier, 1880, named for Airedale, a district in West Riding, Yorkshire.
Name registered by Kennel Club (1886), for earlier Bingley (where first bred), or broken-haired terrier. [Weekley]