Associations to the word «Shetland»
SHETLAND, proper noun. The Shetland Islands.
SHETLAND, noun. (uncountable) A particular breed of pony.
SHETLAND, noun. (countable) A pony of this breed.
SHETLAND, noun. (uncountable) A particular breed of sheep.
SHETLAND, noun. (countable) A sheep of this breed.
SHETLAND, noun. Lightweight, loosely twisted wool fabric
SHETLAND ISLANDS, proper noun. A group of islands of Scotland, roughly north-east of the Orkney Islands.
SHETLAND ISLANDS, proper noun. The region of Scotland comprising these islands.
SHETLAND PONIES, noun. Plural of Shetland pony
SHETLAND PONY, noun. A small horse of a breed originally from the Shetland Islands
SHETLAND SHEEPDOG, noun. A breed of small sheepdogs, originally from the Shetland Islands
SHETLAND, noun. An archipelago of about 100 islands in the North Atlantic off the north coast of Scotland.
SHETLAND, noun. A small sheepdog resembling a collie that was developed in the Shetland Islands.
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