Definitions for kuvaszˈkʊv ɑs, ˈku vɑs; ˈkʊv ɑˌsɔk, ˈku vɑ-
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ku•vaszˈkʊv ɑs, ˈku vɑs; ˈkʊv ɑˌsɔk, ˈku vɑ-(n.)(pl.)ku•va•szok
one of a Hungarian breed of large dogs with a slightly wavy white coat, orig. used for herding sheep and as watchdogs.
Category: Dogs, Cats, and Horses
Origin of kuvasz:
long-established Hungarian breed of tall light-footed but sturdy white dog; used also as a hunting dog
A large, usually white breed of dog with its ancient origins in Hungary.
Origin: From kuvasz.
The Kuvasz is an ancient breed of a livestock dog of Hungarian origin. Mention of the breed can be found in old Hungarian texts. It has historically been used as a royal guard dog, or to guard livestock, but has been increasingly found in homes as a pet over the last seventy years.
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