Lipizzan

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noun Lip·iz·zan \ˌli-pət-ˈsän\

Definition of Lipizzan

  1. :  any of a breed of spirited horses developed from Spanish, Italian, Danish, and Arab stock that are usually born with a dark coat that lightens to white with age

Variants of lipizzan

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Lipizzaner

play \ˌli-pət-ˈsä-nər\ or less commonly

Lippizan

play \ˌli-pət-ˈsän\ or

Lippizaner

\ˌli-pət-ˈsä-nər\

Origin and Etymology of lipizzan

German Lipizzaner, Lippizaner, from Lipizza, Lippiza, former site of the Austrian Imperial Stud near Trieste, Italy


First Known Use: 1928


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