[ ih-bee-zuh n, -zahn ]
/ ɪˈbi zən, -zɑn /
one of a breed of medium-sized, tall, swift hunting hounds with a short, usually red and white coat, bred originally by the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt but today found chiefly in the Balearic Islands and other areas of Spain.
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Origin of Ibizan hound
Also called Ibi·zan Po·den·co [puh-deng-koh, poh-] /pəˈdɛŋ koʊ, poʊ-/.
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/ (ɪˈbiːθən) /
a tall slender short-haired breed of hound with large erect ears and a coat of white, chestnut, or tan, or of a combination of these colours
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