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Brindled
Brindled Brin"dled, a. [A dim. form of brinded.] Having dark streaks or spots on a gray or tawny ground; brinded. ``With a brindled lion played.' --Churchill.

Meaning of Brindled from wikipedia

- red). It is not uncommon for a brindled Cairn Terrier to become progressively more black or silver as it ages. Brindled domestic cats are also known as...
- taurinus), also called the common wildebeest, white-bearded wildebeest, or brindled gnu, is a large antelope and one of the two species of wildebeest. It is...
- The brindled madtom (Noturus miurus) is a small catfish of the family Ictaluridae that is native to the eastern United States. Brindled madtoms are approximately...
- The brindled beauty (Lycia hirtaria) is a Palearctic moth belonging to the family Geometridae. Lycia hirtaria cataloniae Vojnits & Mészáros, 1973 Lycia...
- The giant grouper (Epinephelus lanceolatus), also known as the Queensland grouper, brindle grouper or mottled-brown sea b****, is a species of marine ray-finned...
- The Czech Gold Brindled Hen, Czech: Česká slepice zlatě kropenatá, is an old breed of chicken originating in Bohemia. The first mention dates from 1205...
- characteristic of Cairns is that brindled Cairns frequently change colour throughout their lifetimes. It is not uncommon for a brindled Cairn to become progressively...
- In the Irish Calendar The Old Cows Days/The Days of the Brindled Cow are the last days of March and the first three days of April; in Irish: Laethanta...
- hazelnut, dove-grey and isabelline are also acceptable; all coats may be brindled, and minor white markings on the toes and chest are tolerated.</ref> A...
- The brindled pug (Eupithecia abbreviata) is a moth of the family Geometridae found in Europe and North Africa. The wingspan is 19–22 mm. The length of...
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