A dog of one of various breeds originally developed to hunt wolves.

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  • Wolfhound — can refer to various breeds of dogs that have been bred to hunt wolves or to established lines of (historically crossed, as opposed to ancient) wolf dog crosses that retain significant characteristics of wolves. Wolf dog hybrids crossed in recent …   Wikipedia

  • wolfhound — [woolf′hound΄] n. IRISH WOLFHOUND see also RUSSIAN WOLFHOUND …   English World dictionary

  • Wolfhound — Wolf hound , n. (Zo[ o]l.) Originally, a large hound used in hunting wolves; now, any one of certain breeds of large dogs, some of which are nearly identical with the great Danes. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • wolfhound — ► NOUN ▪ a dog of a large breed originally used to hunt wolves …   English terms dictionary

  • wolfhound — UK [ˈwʊlfˌhaʊnd] / US noun [countable] Word forms wolfhound : singular wolfhound plural wolfhounds a very large dog …   English dictionary

  • wolfhound — noun Date: 1786 any of several large dogs used especially formerly in hunting large animals (as wolves) compare borzoi, Irish wolfhound …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • wolfhound — /woolf hownd /, n. any of several large dogs used in hunting wolves. Cf. borzoi, Irish wolfhound. [1780 90; WOLF + HOUND1] * * * …   Universalium

  • wolfhound — [[t]w ʊlfhaʊnd[/t]] wolfhounds N COUNT A wolfhound is a type of very large dog …   English dictionary

  • wolfhound — wolf•hound [[t]ˈwʊlfˌhaʊnd[/t]] n. dch any of several large dogs, as the borzoi or Irish wolfhound, formerly used in hunting wolves • Etymology: 1780–90 …   From formal English to slang

  • Wolfhound, l'ultime guerrier — Données clés Titre original Волкодав из рода Серых Псов Réalisation Nikolaï Lebedev Scénario Nikolaï Lebedev Sociétés de production Central Partnership …   Wikipédia en Français

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