bausond

bausond

[baw-suhnd, bos-uhnd]
adjective British Dialect.
1.
(of animals) having white spots on a black or bay background; piebald.
2.
(of horses and cattle) having a white patch or streak on the forehead or having one white foot.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English bausand < Middle French, Old French bausant, baucent < Vulgar Latin *balteānus belted, striped, equivalent to Latin balte(us) belt + -ānus -an

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