English to Maori Meaning :: mastiff

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Noun(1) an old breed of powerful deep-chested smooth-coated dog used chiefly as a watchdog and guard dog

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(1) It is said that what the lion is to the cat, the mastiff is to the dog.(2) The Himalayan mastiff is a much bigger dog, a loveable-looking animal on the lines of the Great Pyrenees.(3) The two dogs were cross-breeds of a mastiff and bull terrier and were kept, presumably as pets, by a woman with very young children.(4) A fearsome Tibetan mastiff stands guard outside a dwelling while a smaller dog is ready to sound the alarm indoors if anyone is clever enough or lucky enough to slip past the mastiff .(5) The presa canario - a cross of the bardino majero, an extinct Spanish breed, and the English mastiff - is typical of dogs engineered to fight other animals.(6) The owner of the mastiff digs in and tries to drag his dog over to us to have a chat.(7) Joining all-time favourites Labradors and German shepherds are the golden retriever, Rottweiler and English mastiff .(8) Towns urged residents to purchase hounds and mastiffs and train them to hunt wolves.(9) Three large mastiffs rush into the room, snarling.(10) Large packs of black matted mastiffs prowl the streets for scraps, occasionally breaking into fights of heart-stopping ferocity.(11) Others claim the bulldog resulted from the crosses between mastiffs and Dutch pug dogs.(12) The white villa was surrounded by a high spiked wall and a pack of mastiffs patrolled the grounds.(13) The various beissers were descended from mastiffs , which were themselves descended from a dog called the Molossian.(14) News of the fatal attack has prompted enquiries from prospective owners to kennels that raise the dogs, which were originally bred from cattle dogs, mastiffs and bulldogs brought to the Canary Islands by British settlers.(15) In the 16th century, English mastiffs were famous for their courage and ferocity as war dogs, and were used in Spanish armies both in Europe and America.(16) If a peasant wanted to leave the county, he had to pay a toll on one of my bridges and had to be back before night-fall, lest my feared mastiffs track him down and tear him limb-from-limb.
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