lyam-hound

lyam-hound

[lahy-uhm-hound]
noun Archaic.
a bloodhound.
Also, lyme-hound.


Origin:
1520–30; obsolete lyam leash (< Middle French liemLatin ligāmen a band, tie, equivalent to ligā(re) to tie + -men noun suffix) + hound1

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