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Swaledale

/ (ˈsweɪlˌdeɪl) /
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noun
a breed of small hardy sheep kept esp in northern England for its coarse wool which is used for making tweeds and carpets
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Word Origin for Swaledale

from Swaledale, Yorkshire
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