A pair of borzoi.
borzoi definition by Webster's New World
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any of a breed of large dog with a narrow head, long legs, and silky coat; Russian wolfhound
Origin: Russian borzój, swift ; from Indo-European base an unverified form bheres, quick from source Classical Latin festinare, to hurry
borzoi definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. bor·zois
Any of a breed of tall, slender dogs having a narrow, pointed head and a silky, predominantly white coat, originally developed in Russia for hunting wolves. Also called Russian wolfhound.
Origin: From Russian borzoĭ, swift, variant of borzyĭ.