dachs-,建造，建筑师，引申义獾，因善于打洞而得名，词源同texture. hound, 狗。
- dachshund:  Dachshund means literally ‘badger-dog’ in German. It was originally bred in Germany for badger-hunting, its long thin body enabling it to burrow into the animals’ setts. The first known reference to it in English (in the anglicized form dachshound) is in a poem by Matthew Arnold of around 1881, Poor Matthias: ‘Max, a dachshound without blot’.
- dachshund (n.)
- 1881, from German Dachshund (15c.), from Dachs (Old High German dahs, 11c.) "badger" (perhaps literally "builder;" see texture) + Hund "dog" (see hound (n.)). Probably so called because the dogs were used in badger hunts, their long, thin bodies bred to burrow into setts. French taisson, Spanish texon, tejon, Italian tasso are Germanic loan words.
- 1. How can I determine a dachshund has the sable pattern?
- 2. Accidentally , my Dachshund Basset Hound gave birth to a mongrel.
- 前腿向内弯曲, 通常发生在一些短腿的犬种如巴塞特猎犬.
- 3. Accidentally, my Dachshund and Basset Hound gave birth to a mongrel.
- 一不留神, 我家的腊肠和巴吉度生出了一个混血种.
- 4. The poodle edged out the Labrador retriever and dachshund, the American Kennel Club said.
- 5. Rolling on earthworms or dead bugs, for example, is a popular dachshund pastime.
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