Examples from the Web for dalmatian
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At the present moment a well-known lady fancier is striving to obtain a Dalmatian mouse.
And to those who make Sebenico their 93 second halting-place on the strictly Dalmatian coast it will have a special interest.Sketches from the Subject and Neighbour Lands of Venice|Edward A. Freeman
There was also a feeling that the Dalmatian forests were a source of pride to the people.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1|Henry Baerlein
They also show clearly that the Dalmatian levies far surpassed the Italian mercenaries in skill and courage.
The ridges of the uplands are extensions of the Dalmatian coastal range that enters Albania from Yugoslavia.Area Handbook for Albania|Eugene K. Keefe
British Dictionary definitions for dalmatian
Word Origin and History for dalmatian
1810, spotted dog, presumably named for Dalmatia, but dog breeders argue over whether there is a Croatian ancestry for the breed, which seems to be represented in Egyptian bas-reliefs and Hellenic friezes. Popular in early 1800s as a carriage dog, to trot alongside carriages and guard them in owner's absence. Even fire departments nowadays tend to spell it *Dalmation.