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Komondor Syllabification: Ko·mon·dor
Pronunciation: /ˈkōmənˌdôr/ /ˈkäm-/

Definition of Komondor in English:

noun

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A powerful sheepdog of a white breed with a dense matted or corded coat.
Example sentences
  • There are many different breeds including Komondors, Great Pyrenees, Kuvasz, and Anatolians.
  • If you are a person who has had prior unsuccessful experience with Komondors don't buy any Komondor except a puppy.
  • Some females Komondors lose hair, especially over the shoulders and front legs, but the reason is not known.

Origin

Hungarian.

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