[shet-luh nd] /ˈʃɛt lənd/
an island group NE of the Orkney Islands: northernmost part of Great Britain. 550 sq. mi. (1425 sq. km).
noun 1. one of a breed of small but sturdy, rough-coated ponies, raised originally in the Shetland Islands. Shetland pony noun 1. a very small sturdy breed of pony with a long shaggy mane and tail Also called sheltie
noun 1. the fine wool undercoat pulled by hand from Shetland sheep. 2. thin, loosely twisted wool yarn for knitting or weaving. Shetland wool noun 1. a fine loosely twisted wool yarn spun from the fleece of Shetland sheep and used esp for sweaters
noun 1. a furrow, ditch, or trench. verb (used with object) 2. to plow or dig (a furrow, ditch, etc.). noun 1. (Scot, dialect) a ditch or trough
Heb. Shebher. (1.) The son of Caleb (1 Chr. 2:49). (2.) Heb. Sheva’, one of David’s scribes (2 Sam. 20:25).