Vizsla

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A Vizsla

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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 (vyžla).

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Vizsla (plural Vizslas or Vizslak or Vizslák)

  1. A dog breed originating in Hungary.
    • 2008 February 24, William Safire, “Bird-Dog Minute”, New York Times:
      A bird dog, according to David Smith of the National Bird Dog Museum, can include such breeds as the English pointer and setter, the American Brittany, the German short-haired pointer and the vizsla.

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