Red Poll

Red Poll

noun
one of a breed of red, hornless, dual-purpose cattle, raised originally in England.
Also, Red Polled.


Origin:
1890–95

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redpoll

[red-pohl]
noun
either of two small fringilline birds, Carduelis flammea or C. hornemanni, of northern North America and Eurasia, the adults of which have a crimson crown patch.

Origin:
1730–40; red1 + poll1

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redpoll (ˈrɛdˌpɒl)
 
n
either of two widely distributed finches, Acanthis flammea or A. hornemanni (arctic redpoll or hoary redpoll), having a greyish-brown plumage with a red crown and pink breast

Red Poll or Red Polled
 
n
a red hornless short-haired breed of beef and dairy cattle
 
Red Polled or Red Polled
 
n

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