Breed of dog; pl. keeshonden.

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  • keeshond — [kās′hônt΄, kēs′hônt; kās′hund΄, kēs′hund΄] n. pl. keeshonden [kās′hônt΄ n, kēs′hônt΄ n, kās′hun΄dən, kēs′hun΄dən] [Du < Kees, nickname for Cornelis,CORNELIUS + hond, dog] any of a breed of medium sized dog with a thick, gray and black coat of …   English World dictionary

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  • keeshond — /kays hond , kees /, n., pl. keeshonden / hon deuhn/. one of a Dutch breed of small dogs having thick, silver gray hair tipped with black and a tail carried over the back. [1925 30; < D, prob. special use of Kees (shortening of proper name… …   Universalium

  • keeshond — noun (plural keeshonden) Etymology: Dutch, probably from Kees, nickname for Cornelis Cornelius + hond dog, from Middle Dutch; akin to Old English hund hound Date: 1926 any of a Dutch breed of compact medium sized dogs that have a dense heavy… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Keeshond — noun /ˈkʰeɪ̯sn̩d,ˈkʰeɪ̯zn̩d/ A spitz bred in in the Netherlands and Germany, characterized by a fluffy coat of silver and black fur …   Wiktionary

  • keeshond — [ keɪshɒnd] noun a dog of a Dutch breed with long thick grey hair, resembling a large Pomeranian. Origin Du., from Kees (familiar form of the given name Cornelius) + hond dog …   English new terms dictionary

  • keeshond — kees·hond …   English syllables

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