Sealyham terrier

Sealyham terrier

[see-lee-ham, -lee-uhm]
noun
one of a Welsh breed of small terriers having short legs, a docked tail, and a wiry, mostly white coat.

Origin:
1890–95; named after Sealyham, Wales, where it was first bred

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Sealyham terrier (ˈsiːlɪəm)
 
n
Often shortened to: Sealyham a short-legged wire-haired breed of terrier with a medium-length white coat
 
[named after Sealyham, village in S Wales, where it was bred in the 19th century]

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