Cheviot

[shiv-ee-uht, shev- for 1; chev-ee-uht, chee-vee- for 2, 3; for 3 also shev-ee-uht]
noun
1.
a city in SW Ohio.
2.
one of a British breed of sheep, noted for its heavy fleece of medium length.
3.
(lowercase) a woolen fabric in a coarse twill weave, for coats, suits, etc.

Origin:
1805–15; named after the Cheviot Hills

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Cheviot (ˈtʃiːvɪət, ˈtʃɛv-)
 
n
1.  a large British breed of sheep reared for its wool
2.  (often not capital) a rough twill-weave woollen suiting fabric

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