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Alaskan malamute

[ uh-las-kuhn mal-uh-myoot ]
/ əˈlæs kən ˈmæl əˌmyut /
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noun
one of an Alaskan breed of large dogs having a dense, coarse coat, raised originally by the Inuit for drawing sleds.
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Origin of Alaskan malamute

First recorded in 1935–40
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