Briard meaning

brē-är, -ärd
A dog of a large breed developed in medieval France for herding and guarding, having a long coarse coat that is black, gray, or tawny.
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Any of a breed of large dog with a coarse, bushy coat and erect ears.
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An ancient French breed of sturdy, rough-coated dogs.
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Origin of briard

  • French from Brie , a region of northern France

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • French briard

    From Wiktionary