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A sheepdog of a black, grey, or white breed with a long thick coat.
- ‘If you want a highly intelligent, very active dog, then the Pulik could be the breed for you.’
- ‘The Puli is a compact, square appearing, well balanced dog of medium size.’
- ‘And the Puli will often show great sensitivity to the human's moods and feelings, actively communicating empathy.’
1930s: from Hungarian.
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