Rambouillet[ram′bə lā′; Frrän bo̵̅o̅ ye′]
Rambouillet definition by Webster's New World
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any of a breed of large sheep originally bred in France from merino sheep imported from Spain: it yields long, fine wool and good-quality mutton
Origin: after Rambouillet, town in northern France
Rambouillet definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Any of a breed of merino sheep of French origin, raised for wool and meat.
Origin: After Rambouillet, a town of north-central France.