one of a German breed of large sporting dogs having a short hard coat, usually liver or liver and white in color, and a docked tail, used as a versatile hunting dog.
a medium-sized short-haired variety of pointer having a liver-coloured or black coat, sometimes with white markings
- German sixth
noun 1. (in musical harmony) an augmented sixth chord having a major third and a perfect fifth between the root and the augmented sixth Compare Italian sixth, French sixth
noun 1. a former name of .
[jur-muh n-toun] /ˈdʒɜr mənˌtaʊn/ noun 1. a NW section of Philadelphia, Pa.: American defeat by British 1777. 2. a town in SW Tennessee. 3. a town in SE Wisconsin. 4. Informal. any U.S. city neighborhood heavily populated with persons of German descent.
noun 1. one of a German breed of large sporting dogs having a harsh, wiry, flat-lying coat usually liver and white in color, a muzzle with a beard and whiskers, and a docked tail, used as a retrieving pointer.