Clydesdale meaning

klīdzdāl
A large powerful draft horse of a breed developed in the Clyde River valley of Scotland, having long white hair on the lower legs.
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Any of a breed of large, heavy draft horse, usually bay, brown, or black with areas of white on the face and shanks and with heavily feathered legs.
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A particularly large and powerful breed of rare draft horse.
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(US) A heavier than usual athlete (Over 200 lbs for men, over 145 lbs for women)
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(derogatory, slang) A very morbidly obese person.
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Origin of clydesdale

  • Named because they were bred in the valley of the Clyde in Scotland.

    From Wiktionary