Pomeranian


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Pom·er·a·ni·an

 (pŏm′ə-rā′nē-ən, -rān′yən)
adj.
Of or relating to Pomerania or its people.
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Pomerania.
2. A dog of a small breed developed in Pomerania and England, having a foxlike face, a thick fluffy coat, and a plumed tail that curls over the back.

Pomeranian

(ˌpɒməˈreɪnɪən)
adj
(Peoples) of or relating to Pomerania or its inhabitants
n
1. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Pomerania, esp a German
2. (Breeds) a breed of toy dog of the spitz type with a long thick straight coat

Pom•er•a•ni•an

(ˌpɒm əˈreɪ ni ən, -ˈreɪn yən)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to Pomerania or its inhabitants.
n.
2. one of a breed of small dogs having long, straight hair, erect ears, and a tail carried over the back.
3. a native or inhabitant of Pomerania.
[1750–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Pomeranian - breed of very small compact long-haired dogs of the spitz typePomeranian - breed of very small compact long-haired dogs of the spitz type
spitz - any of various stocky heavy-coated breeds of dogs native to northern regions having pointed muzzles and erect ears with a curled furry tail
Translations
poméranien

Pomeranian

[ˌpɒməˈreɪnɪən] N (= dog) → pomeranio m

Pomeranian

adjpommer(i)sch
n
Pommer(in) m(f)
(= dog)Spitz m
References in classic literature ?
She wore a large picture hat and carried a little Pomeranian dog under her arm.
Her little Pomeranian rubbed against her feet in vain.
It was kept by a Pomeranian, and the waiters, without exception, were from the Fatherland.
She spoke of the scenery, quiet, yet august; of the snow-clad fields, with their scampering herds of deer; of the river and its quaint entrance into the Baltic Sea; of the Oderberge, only three hundred feet high, from which one slid all too quickly back into the Pomeranian plains, and yet these Oderberge were real mountains, with pine-forests, streams, and views complete.
A respectable lady, built on the lines of a Pomeranian grenadier, burst into the dressing-room and dropped groaning into a vacant arm-chair.
Murgatroyd looked indeed as if the life had been crushed out of her; she knelt on a chair, gazing piteously from behind the body of a Pomeranian dog which she clasped to her cheek, as if for protection.
Wouldn't such girls be glad to marry a Pomeranian count?
Two toy Pomeranians were half hidden in the great rug.
The conference organized by the West Pomeranian Board of Education is in line with the activities undertaken by the Ministry of National Education regarding the introduction of new solutions in the system of industry and technical education.
Travelodge has revealed that a set of Hermes Tarot cards, a mirrored dressing table and a Pomeranian dog, called Duchess, were among the list of some of the more interesting treasures left behind in Liverpool.
have charged a Pembroke couple after an investigation into the theft of two Pomeranian puppies.
Trieglaff; balancing church and politics in a Pomeranian world, 1807-1948.