Simmental

noun
Sim·​men·​tal | \ˈzi-mən-ˌtäl \
variants: or less commonly Simmenthal

Definition of Simmental 

: any of a breed of large usually buff or dull red and white cattle of Swiss origin that are used widely throughout the world for meat and milk

First Known Use of Simmental

1906, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Simmental

Simmental, valley of the Simme River in Switzerland

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