puggle


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pug·gle 1

(pŭg′əl)
n.
A hybrid dog that is a cross between a pug and a beagle.

[Blend of pug and beagle.]

pug·gle 2

(pŭg′əl)
n.
A young echidna or platypus.

[Probably from pug, pug nose (from the shape of its snout).]

puggle

(ˈpʌɡəl)
vb (tr)
Southeast English and US to stir up by poking
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