Definition of Brindle. Meaning of Brindle. Synonyms of Brindle

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Definition of Brindle

Brindle
Brindle Brin"dle, n. [See Brindled.] 1. The state of being brindled. 2. A brindled color; also, that which is brindled.
Brindle
Brindle Brin"dle, a. Brindled.

Meaning of Brindle from wikipedia

- Brindle is a coat coloring pattern in animals, particularly dogs, cattle, guinea pigs, cats, and, rarely, horses. It is sometimes described as "tiger-striped"...
- Brindle is a coat coloring pattern in animals. Brindle may also refer to: Brindle (surname), people with the name Brindle, Lancashire, small village in...
- The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is a breed of cur. Since 1995, its records have been maintained through the American Kennel Club's Foundation Stock Service...
- color and are often called "red". "Brindle" refers to a dog with black stripes on a fawn background. Some brindle Boxers are so heavily striped that they...
- Retrieved 26 March 2021. Brindle chorley.gov.uk. Brindle Historical Society Brindle At War website Brindle Community Hall Brindle St Joseph's Church & Parish...
- Timothy E. Brindle (born November 7, 1980), is an American Christian hip hop lyricist signed to Lamp Mode Recordings. He is also a preacher and teacher...
- length of the strand. An additional striking coat marking is the brindle pattern. "Brindle" refers to dark stripes over a solid background—usually red. If...
- Brindle is a surname. Notable people with the name include: Arran Brindle (born 1981), English cricketer, member of the England Women's team Dave Brindle...
- Alastair Brindle (26 April 1939), was an English Professional Rugby League player who pla**** in the 1950s and 1960s for his hometown team for Warrington...
- colours. The longest living were black brindle dogs (10.3 years) followed by brindle dogs (10.1 years), grey brindle dogs (9.8 years), fawn dogs (9.0 years)...