Ryeland

Ryeland

[rahy-luhnd]
noun
one of an English breed of white-faced sheep, yielding wool of high quality.

Origin:
1795–1805; named after Ryelands, a district in Herefordshire, England

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Ryeland (ˈraɪlənd)
 
n
a breed of large hornless sheep having fine wool, originating from Herefordshire, England

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