There are 2 main definitions of Suffolk in English:

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Suffolk 1

Pronunciation: /ˈsʌfək/
A county of eastern England, on the coast of East Anglia; county town, Ipswich.
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There are 2 main definitions of Suffolk in English:

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Suffolk 2

Pronunciation: /ˈsʌfək/
(also Suffolk sheep)

noun

A sheep of a large black-faced breed with a short fleece.
Example sentences
  • We have been breeding Suffolks and mainly sell to commercial lamb producers, who return to us on a regular basis.
  • He had bred cross-bred sheep for several years but it was Lorna who persuaded him that the family's success in sheep lay in Suffolks.
  • Cotswold flockmaster Chris Holmes is celebrating a double hat-trick of successes this year with sheep from his Rookery Flock of Suffolks - three flock competition wins and three successive championships at Moreton Show.
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