Talbot

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noun Tal·bot \ˈtȯl-bət, ˈtal-\

Definition of Talbot

  1. :  a large heavy mostly white hound with pendulous ears and drooping flews held to be ancestral to the bloodhound

Origin and Etymology of talbot

probably from Talbot, name of a Norman family in England


First Known Use: 1562


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