[ kom-uh n-dawr ]
/ ˈkɒm ənˌdɔr /
noun, plural Ko·mon·dors, Ko·mon·dor·ok [kom-uh n-dawr-uh k] /ˈkɒm ənˌdɔr ək/.
one of a Hungarian breed of large dogs having a long, matted, white coat, used for herding sheep and as a watchdog.
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Origin of Komondor
From Hungarian, dating back to 1930–35, allegedly after a Turkic tribal name
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British Dictionary definitions for komondor
/ (ˈkɒmənˌdɔː) /
a large powerful dog of an ancient Hungarian breed, originally used for sheep herding. It has a very long white coat that hangs in woolly or matted locks
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