American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The Norwegian elkhound.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a breed of compact medium-sized dog with a heavy gray coat developed in Norway for hunting elk.
- n. breed of compact medium-sized dog with a heavy grey coat developed in Norway for hunting elk
“Best in Hound Group finalists: It looks like we have the beagle, the long-haired dachshund and wire-haired, the Norwegian elkhound, the Rhodesian ridgeback, and the whippet...”
“Norwegian elkhound: The owner/handler/breeder of this entry, Eric, is always a bridesmaid at Westminster.”
“Neither Nola nor the lady with the pet elkhound belong to the Parent Teachers 'Association.”
“If a beagle is crossed with an elkhound and then their offspring are crossed, some of those dogs will suffer from retinal degeneration and some won't.”
“Most important was that she escaped with her Norwegian elkhound, Haaken.”
“Barron, a stag red miniature pincher, was an early favorite pitted against prettier pooches, Rascal, part Norwegian elkhound, and Buddy, an Australian shepherd.”
“i have a keeshond, an american eskimo, and a norwegian elkhound. moose dog. that is right.yappy. big baby.”
“It's a miracle, really, that we can have it, "said Ms. Merrill, the owner of a Chihuahua, a Pomeranian and a Norwegian elkhound.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘elkhound’.
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