noun (sometimes initial capital letter)
Origin of malamute
Examples from the Web for malamute
Jim Maxwell, in truth, was wondering as to his exact purpose in going to Malamute.
He turned to Jack and gave explicit directions as to how the route to Malamute might be shortened profitably.
There was never animal better adapted to environment than the malamute dog.
The malamute is affectionate and faithful and likes to be made a pet of, but he is very jealous and an incorrigible fighter.
Of these the Malamute is the largest, descended, as he is, from the great gray wolves of the Arctic regions.Adventures in Alaska|Samuel Hall Young
British Dictionary definitions for malamute
Word Origin for malamute
Word Origin and History for malamute
also malemute, Eskimo dog, 1874, from name of Alaska Eskimo tribe in northwestern Alaska that developed the breed. The native form is malimiut.