Grice

The grice was a type of swine found in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and in Ireland. It became extinct, surviving longest in the Shetland Isles, where it disappeared in the late nineteenth century. It was also known as the Highland, Hebridean or Irish pig. ==Etymology== `Grice` is a Scots and northern English dialect word originally mean.....
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Grice

• (pl. ) of Gree • (n.) See Gree, a step. • (n.) A little pig.
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Grice

Grice noun [ Middle English gris , grise ; of Scand. origin; confer Icelandic gr?ss , Swedish gris , Danish grus , also Greek ..., Sanskrit ghrshvi , boar. Confer Grise , Griskin .] A little pig. [ Written also grise .] [ Scot.]
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