Origin of Airedaleafter Airedale, valley of the River Aire in England
any of a breed of large terrier having a dense, wiry, tan coat with black markings
- An Airedale terrier (sometimes capitalized)
- A district in the West Riding of Yorkshire surrounding the vale of the River Aire
- An Airedale terrier
- The Welsh is a very old Terrier breed, and it's generally acknowledged they descend from the old Black and Tan Terrier as well as the Airedale.
- Many people are familiar with the Airedale Terrier, and it's fair to say that the Welsh looks remarkably similar, although it comes in a smaller package.
- Other establishments are the Airedale College of students for the Independent ministry, and the United Independent College (1888).
- From 1877 to 1886 he was principal of Airedale College, Bradford, a post which he gave up to become the first principal of Mansfield College, Oxford.