komondor

NOUN
  1. Hungarian breed of large powerful shaggy-coated white dog; used also as guard dog
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How To Use komondor In A Sentence

  • We were told the reason Komondors are so protective is because they are closely related to wolves.
  • Their big shaggy komondor sheepdogs with matted dreadlock pelts stayed close at heel.
  • Another source of Turkic terms in Hungarian are words such as the dog names "puli" and "komondor" and a few local dialect terms that derive from the Cuman language, which was spoken east of Budapest in the "Kun" regions until the mid 1700s. languagehat.com: PARADICSOM.
  • To be an effective guard, the Komondor had to rely mostly on its own senses to detect and defend against danger.
  • Devoted to the ones they love, the Komondor can be trusted to stay near you and not wander too far.
  • Generally, given the proper environment and care, a Komondor is a responsible, loving dog.
  • There are many different breeds including Komondors, Great Pyrenees, Kuvasz, and Anatolians.
  • In the United States the Komondor is primarily a home guard and companion, and livestock guard dog.
  • Other breeds may be larger, but none as impressive as the Komondor with his thick coat and large size.
  • Despite his bulk and heavy coat, the Komondor is remarkably agile and reacts very, very quickly.
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