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Briard

[ bree-ahr, -ahrd ]
/ briˈɑr, -ˈɑrd /
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noun
one of a French breed of dogs having a long, slightly wavy coat, raised originally for herding sheep.
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Origin of Briard

From French, dating back to 1930–35; see origin at Brie, -ard
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British Dictionary definitions for Briard

briard
/ (briːˈɑːd, briːˈɑː) /

noun
a medium-sized dog of an ancient French sheep-herding breed having a long rough coat of a single colour

Word Origin for briard

French, literally: of Brie (region in N France)
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