Definitions for Greyhound
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Greyhound.
a tall slender dog of an ancient breed noted for swiftness and keen sight; used as a racing dog
A lean breed of dog used in hunting and racing.
A highball cocktail of vodka and grapefruit juice.
To leap rapidly across the surface of the water.
Etymology: grighund, from an unclear first element (not related to grey) + hund.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
A tall fleet dog that chases in sight.
Etymology: grighund, Saxon.
First may a trusty greyhound transform himself into a tyger. Philip Sidney, b. i.
So on the downs we see, near Wilton fair,
A hast’ned hare from greedy greyhounds go. Philip Sidney.
Th’ impatient greyhound, slipt from far,
Bounds o’er the glebe to catch the fearful hare. Dryden.
a slender, graceful breed of dogs, remarkable for keen sight and swiftness. It is one of the oldest varieties known, and is figured on the Egyptian monuments
Etymology: [OE. graihund, greihound, greahund, grihond, Icel. greyhundr; grey greyhound + hundr dog; cf. AS. grghund. The origin of the first syllable is unknown.]
The Greyhound is a very old European breed, a sighthound which has been historically bred for coursing game and latterly racing. Since the rise in large scale rescue of retired racing Greyhounds, particularly in North America from the end of the 20th century, it has seen a resurgence in popularity as a family pet. It is a gentle and intelligent breed whose combination of long, powerful legs, deep chest, flexible spine, and slim build allows it to reach average race speeds in excess of 18 metres per second. At maximum acceleration, a greyhound reaches a full speed of 70 kilometres per hour within 30 metres or six strides from the boxes, traveling at almost 20 metres per second for the first 250 metres of a race. The only other animal that can accelerate faster over a short distance is the cheetah, which can reach speeds of 109 kilometres per hour over 3-4 strides from a standing start.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
grā′hownd, n. a tall and slender dog, kept for the chase, with great powers of speed and great keenness of sight. [M. E. greihund; Ice. greyhundr—Ice. grey, a dog, hundr, a hound.]
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
A hammock with so little bedding as to be unfit for stowing in the nettings.
Greyhound a smooth, slender dog uses in racing dog.
Greyhound a man’s best friend that can be kept indoor house. A very soft, quick that can be use in military force as the tracer of a victim.Submitted by pinkss5 on September 16, 2015
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Etymology and Origins
An inn sign derived from the badge of Henry VII. The dog of this name originally came from Greece, and was accordingly styled a graihund, after the Graikoi, the people of that country.
The numerical value of Greyhound in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of Greyhound in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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It also contains a fantastic stylized image of a dog, possibly a greyhound.
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Translations for Greyhound
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- anglický chrtCzech
- Windhund, Windhundwelpe, Windhündin, WindhundrüdeGerman
- leporhundo, kurhundoEsperanto
- greyhound, englanninvinttikoiraFinnish
- levrette, lévrierFrench
- coo liauyr, coo glassManx
- グレイハウンド, グレーハウンドJapanese
- anjing greyhoundMalay
- łééchąąłgaiiNavajo, Navaho
- борзая, грейхаундRussian
- lievadogül, lievadog, lievajidog, lievajidogül, lievahidog, lievahidogülVolapük
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