Definition of Mexican hairless

1. Noun. Any of an old breed of small nearly hairless dogs of Mexico.

Generic synonyms: Canis Familiaris, Dog, Domestic Dog



Definition of Mexican hairless

1. Noun. A particular breed of dog. ¹

2. Noun. A dog of that breed. ¹

3. Noun. A particular breed of cat. ¹

4. Noun. A cat of that breed. ¹

5. Noun. A particular breed of dog. ¹

6. Noun. A dog of that breed. ¹

7. Noun. A particular breed of cat. ¹

8. Noun. A cat of that breed. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Mexican breakfasts
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Mexican ducks
Mexican fire plant
Mexican flameleaf
Mexican freetail bat
Mexican green
Mexican hairless
Mexican hairlesses
Mexican hand tree
Mexican hat
Mexican hat cell
Mexican hat corpuscle
Mexican husk tomato
Mexican hyssop
Mexican jumping bean
Mexican jumping beans
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Mexican monetary unit
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Literary usage of Mexican hairless

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1. Rabbits, Cats and Cavies: Descriptive Sketches of All Recognised Exhibition by Charles Henry Lane (1903)
"Total 100 Points mexican hairless CAT Since writing the foregoing I have seen an account of the above-named variety, which, as far as my experience goes, ..."

2. Rabbits, Cats and Cavies: Descriptive Sketches of All Recognised Exhibition by Charles Henry Lane (1903)
"IO Points 5 » 10 „ 5 » 10 ,, IO „ IO „ 5 »» 30 „ Total 100 Points mexican hairless CAT Since writing the foregoing I have seen an account of the above-named ..."

3. My Dog and I: Being a Concise Treatise of the Various Breeds of Dogs, Their by Harry Woodworth Huntington (1897)
"THE mexican hairless. ORIGIN. — One of the oldest of known breeds, being found nearly all over the world, but best known as coming from Mexico, ..."

4. American Kennel Register: A Monthly Record (1885)
"1st, Mrs. HT Footes (mexican hairless Me Too): 2d, AB Palmer (mexican hairless Meda);2d, Mrs. HT Footes (mexican hairless Veuve Clicquot). ..."

5. Age of the Domestic Animals: Being a Complete Treatise on the Dentition of by Rush Shippen Huidekoper (1891)
"One mexican hairless dog, aged 2 years, had five superior incisors, ... A Mexican hairless bitch, aged 2 years, had four superior incisors in front and one ..."

6. Reports and Awards by United States Centennial Commission (1878)
"FS Miller, Philadelphia, Pa., US mexican hairless DOG AND BITCH. Report.—Mexican hairless bitch Nellie. Commended for purity of breed, remarkable and novel ..."

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