Talbot

noun
Tal·​bot | \ˈtȯl-bət, ˈtal- \

Definition of Talbot 

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

First Known Use of Talbot

1562, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Talbot

probably from Talbot, name of a Norman family in England

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