Associations to the word «Shetland»

Wiktionary

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

Dictionary definition

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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