- a sledge that is pulled by dogs while a person skis behind to steer and brake
C19: from Finnish pulkka, from Sami pulkke
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Examples from the Web for pulk
My deer became restive, and whirled me around in the snow, filling my pulk.
I got up, shook myself, righted the pulk, and commenced again.
Why, did you ever see a pulk of Cossacks on a forage, Mr Frenche?The Cruise of the Midge (Vol. II of 2)
There is no horse harnessed before the pulk, but a reindeer.
Sampo Lappelil thanked the priest and borrowed a pulk from him.