\\ˈbȧsənd, ˈbȯ-\ adjective
Etymology: Middle English bausand, from Middle French baucent, perhaps from Latin balteus belt, probably from Etruscan
dialect Britain, of an animal : having a white spot or streak on a dark ground especially on the forehead or face

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  • bausond — /baw seuhnd, bos euhnd/, adj. Brit. Dial. 1. (of animals) having white spots on a black or bay background; piebald. 2. (of horses and cattle) having a white patch or streak on the forehead or having one white foot. [1275 1325; ME bausand < MF, OF …   Universalium

  • bausond — bau·sond …   English syllables

  • bauson — /baw seuhn/, n. Archaic. a badger (applied contemptuously to people). [1275 1325; ME bausen, bauson < MF bausen, bauzan, var. of BAUCENT, BALCENT BAUSOND] * * * …   Universalium

  • beauséant — I. ˌbōsāˈäⁿ noun ( s) Etymology: Middle French beaucéant, from Old French baucent spotted with white more at bausond : the black and white banner of the Knights Templars II. interjection used as a battle cry by the Knights Templ …   Useful english dictionary

  • bauson-faced — bausˈon faced adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑bausond …   Useful english dictionary

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