Wessex Saddleback


Definition of Wessex Saddleback

  1. 1 :  an old British breed of medium-sized black white-belted swine perhaps not distinct from the American Hampshire

  2. 2 or Wessex saddleback plural -s :  an animal of the Wessex Saddleback breed

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Origin and Etymology of wessex saddleback

from Wessex, England, wehre it was originally bred

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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