- gray-scale ultrasonography,
Origin of greyhound
Examples from the Web for grayhound
He had left off going to the Grayhound, and often read the Bible, or some other good book on the Sunday evening.
A hasty lunch was eaten in midair, with the Sea Eagle still winging her way like a grayhound of the sky.The Boy Aviators' Flight for a Fortune|Wilbur Lawton
It is that house which has the old cross just before it, as you turn down between the church and the Grayhound.
Phemy took at once to her heels and her throat, and ran shrieking back toward the road, with Kirsty after her like a grayhound.Heather and Snow|George MacDonald
The foxhound is a cross of the bloodhound, the grayhound, the bulldog and the chump.
Old English grighund, from grig- "bitch" + hund "dog" (see hound (n.)). The name usually is said to have nothing to do with color, and most are not gray. The Old Norse form of the word is preserved in Hjalti's couplet that almost sparked war between pagans and Christians in early Iceland:
Vilkat goð geyja
grey þykkjumk Freyja
I will not blaspheme the gods,
but I think Freyja is a bitch