Guernsey meaning

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An island of southern Great Britain, one of the Channel Islands in the English Channel off the coast of northwest France.
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Any of a breed of brown and white dairy cattle originally developed on the island of Guernsey and noted for producing a rich golden milk.
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Any of a breed of medium-sized dairy cattle, usually fawn-colored with white markings.
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A closefitting, knitted woolen shirt, worn by seamen.
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A seaman's knitted woolen sweater, similar to a jersey.
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(Australia, Australian rules football) The shirt worn by the players.
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The second-largest of the Channel Islands.
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A breed of dairy cattle originally bred in Guernsey.
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A specimen of the Guernsey breed.
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A knitted fisherman’s sweater of a type made on the island.
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A long-sleeved shirt worn by sportsmen, especially in rugby codes (historically).
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(Australia) A team-liveried shirt; a jersey.
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(Australia) Selection or election to a position.
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(place) Second largest of the Channel Islands of the United Kingdom, north and west of Jersey: 25 sq mi (65 sq km)
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Origin of guernsey

  • From Anglo-Norman, from Old Norse, compound of Granis (“Grani's”) and ey (“island”).

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  • From Guernsey.

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