Origin of bandog
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Mastin, a mastiue or bandog; a great country curre; also a rude, filthie, currish or cruell fellow.The Master of Game|Second Duke of York, Edward
In the neighbourhood of this ton or dun of Elbo there are persistent traditions of a spectral hound or bandog.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
Bandog, ban′dog, n. a dog tied up as a watch-dog, or because of its ferocity.
A bandog, as the name imports, was a dog so fierce, as to require to be chained up.The Plays of Philip Massinger|Philip Massinger
Had you been bitten with Bandog fleas, as I have been, and haunted with the night Mare.Wit Without Money|Francis Beaumont