Definition of Rambouillet in English:

Rambouillet

Syllabification: Ram·bouil·let
Pronunciation: /ˌrambəˈlā, -bo͞oˈyā
 
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noun (plural same)

  • A sheep of a hardy breed developed from the Spanish merino but bred elsewhere for its meat and its heavy fleece of fine wool.

Origin

early 19th century: from Rambouillet, a town in northern France, the site of a sheep farm founded by Louis XVI.

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