Definition of Masham in English:

Masham

noun

  • A breed of sheep produced by crossing Wensleydale or Teeswater rams with Blackface or Swaledale ewes; a sheep of this breed.

Origin

1950s. From Masham, the name of a town in North Yorkshire, England (frequently explained as from an Old English personal name + -ham).

Pronunciation

Masham

/ˈmas(ə)m/ /ˈmaʃ(ə)m/