Any of a breed of tall, slender, swift dog with a long, narrow head and a short, smooth coat, formerly much used in coursing and now very popular as a racing dog.
Webster's New World
A highball cocktail of vodka and grapefruit juice.
(of fish) To leap rapidly across the surface of the water.
Other Word Forms of Greyhound
Origin of Greyhound
Middle English grehound from Old English grīghund grīg- Old Norse grey greyhound hund hound hound
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Old English grīġhund, from an unclear first element (not related to grey) + hund (“hound”).
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