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From Hungarian vizsla, itself probably a borrowing from a Slavic language; compare Serbo-Croatian vižao/вижао, Czech vyžle, Polish wyżeÅ‚, wyga (“old dog"), Russian выжла (vyžla).
Hungarian of unknown origin
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
I am still looking for a home for Bryn, my 7 year old wire-haired vizsla.
The wirehaired vizsla was recognized as a separate breed from its smooth coated relative in the 1930's.
General Physical Description The Wirehaired Vizsla a medium sized, solid colored, active dog with a harsh, wiry coat.
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