- From Hungarian vizsla, itself probably a borrowing from a Slavic language; compare Serbo-Croatian vižao/вижао, Czech vyžle, Polish wyżeł, wyga ("old dog"), Russian выжла. (Wiktionary)
“Looking down the double barrel snoot of Winnie the Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla.”
“In the clip below we see the armored Pre Vizsla negotiating with Count Dooku (Christopher Lee) plotting against a Mandalorian noble.”
“My wife wanted a Vizsla, an elegant, long-legged brown hunting dog.”
“So the staff at the animal shelter near our home upstate told her Mimi was a Vizsla.”
“This is Winnie, a 15 month old Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla.”
“QUIJANO: Perino looking forward to spending more time in her own neighborhood with her husband, Peter and their dog, a Hungarian Vizsla named Henry.”
“My mechanic has a Vizsla, a nice smooth-haired hunting dog.”
“A dog could be registered as a Vizsla only if both of its parents were registered as Vizslas.”
“It will be used with Vizsla, a Hungarian search engine that was re-launched today.”
“A dog might be bred deliberately to pass the Vizsla genetic-purity test while looking like a cross between a Pekingese and a coyote.”
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