harlequin

(redirected from Arlequin)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to Arlequin: harlequin

harlequin

/har·le·quin/ (hahr´lah-kwin)
1. having a pattern of diamond shapes, particularly in bright colors.

harlequin

1. a coat color pattern that consists of irregular patches, usually gray, blue or black, on a white background. Common in Great Danes.
2. a breed of fancy rabbit with harlequin coat pattern in several colors.
References in periodicals archive ?
Ahora son observables su indumentaria semejante a la de un arlequin, notablemente cenida de tal manera que cada superficie del cuerpo esta expuesta, pese a tratarse de ropas que la cubren de la cabeza a los pies.
Likewise, most pairwise FsT values calculated in Arlequin were significantly different from zero, with only the comparison between EP 2 and EP 3 not significant (P = 0.
Sequence variation was assessed estimating nucleotide diversity [17] and haplotypic diversity [18] using the ARLEQUIN package version 2.
Augoyard writes with the detachment of the social scientist, and yet the subject matter is clearly of considerable personal interest to him: he lived in the Arlequin neighbourhood for a number of years, and thus his analysis is imbued with nuanced participant observation.
The project, proposed for the Punta Verraco area of Guayanilla, has been rejected by Guayanilla Mayor Edgardo Arlequin, the Committee for the Rescue of Good Environment, and other environmental and professional organizations which believe the windmills could put the local animal community in danger.
Arlequin -el personaje de la comedia del arte, imagen del humano
Mr Bennett won pounds 2,000 for his starter of saffron risotto with courgette tempura and fillets of sole grenobloise, his main course of roast saddle of lamb with petits legumes and lamb jus, and his pudding of souffle arlequin with sauce anglaise.
Sumner Greenfield, por ejemplo, ve en el un trasunto de Arlequin con su sentido ludico, mientras que Jorge Urrutia indica que el referente debe buscarse en Pedrolino (Urrutia, 35).
Even better value was a large en-suite family room at Hotel Arlequin in the town centre - just pounds 48, including continental breakfast.
The second, main item, is a half hour of short dance numbers from his ballet Arlequin, from 1808.