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Weimaraner

[ vahy-muh-rah-ner, wahy-, wahy-muh-rey- ]
/ ˈvaɪ məˌrɑ nər, ˈwaɪ-, ˈwaɪ məˌreɪ- /
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noun
one of a German breed of hunting dogs having a smooth silver-gray to dark-gray coat, a cropped tail, and blue-gray or amber eyes.
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Origin of Weimaraner

1940–45; <German, after Weimar; see -an, -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for Weimaraner

Weimaraner
/ (ˈvaɪməˌrɑːnə, ˈwaɪməˌrɑː-) /

noun
a breed of hunting dog, having a very short sleek grey coat and short tail

Word Origin for Weimaraner

C20: named after Weimar, where the breed was developed
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