Cleveland bay

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noun Cleve·land bay \ˈklēv-lənd-\

Definition of Cleveland bay

  1. :  any of a breed of large strong horses of English origin that are uniformly bay with black legs, mane, and tail

Origin and Etymology of cleveland bay

Cleveland, former district in North Yorkshire, England


First Known Use: 1796


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