Bandog

Ban'dog` (băn'dŏg`; 115) noun [ Band + dog , i.e., bound dog.] A mastiff or other large and fierce dog, usually kept chained or tied up. « The keeper entered leading his bandog , a large bloodhound, tied in a leam, or band, from which he takes his name. Sir W.
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bandog

A mastiff or other large and fierce dog, usually kept chained or tied up. 'The keeper entered leading his bandog, a large bloodhound, tied in a leam, or band, from which he takes his name.' (Sir W. Scott) ... Origin: Band + dog, i.e, bound dog. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Bandog

• (n.) A mastiff or other large and fierce dog, usually kept chained or tied up.
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Bandog

The term Bandog (also known as Bandogge) originated around 1250-1300 in Middle England, referring to a mastiff type dog that was bound by a chain during the daytime and was released at night to guard against intruders.{citation needed|date=December 2012} In 1570 Johannes Caius published a book in Latin which in 1576 was translated into English by
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Bandog

A dog tied by day, released at night.
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