Corriedale[kôr′ē dāl′, kär′-]
a breed of rather large, white-faced sheep, developed in New Zealand for their wool and meat
Origin of Corriedaleafter Corriedale, New Zealand
- A hornless sheep of a breed developed in New Zealand and Australia, raised for its meat and dense wool.
- The wool of this sheep.
Origin of CorriedaleAfter Corriedale, the sheep run in New Zealand where development of the breed was begun in the 1860s.