American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A Welsh corgi.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. either of two Welsh breeds of long-bodied short-legged dogs with erect ears and a foxlike head.
- n. either of two Welsh breeds of long-bodied short-legged dogs with erect ears and a fox-like head
- From Welsh corgi, a compound of cor ("dwarf") and ci ("dog"). (Wiktionary)
- Welsh : cor, dwarf + ci, dog. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Some callers have received incorrect information that the corgi is the dog that was killed for being aggressive toward officers, and others told police they were told the pit bull that was killed because of its aggressive behavior was in a cage.”
“I actually took an online test to see what breed matched our family best - and the corgi was a 100% match.”
“Would each corgi no longer have a full-time kennel maid?”
“At some point Ezra becomes obsessed with the calendar and celebrates important dates, such as the first time he set eyes on a Cardigan Welsh corgi, or the first of the month, by waking up at dawn and running around the house yelling "It's the first day of May!”
“Corgis are excellent interlude: A corgi hangs out with a baby goat.”
“Still to come: Last year's foreclosure mess is nearing a resolution; states opposed to health care reform are fighting the administration's attempt to move ahead with implementation; federal agencies are updating plans for a government shutdown; Obama and green activists are in conflict on permits for renewable energy; and a corgi hangs out with a baby goat.”
“So when you're cooking your pet corgi over an open flame to feed your family, you can comfort your kids with the knowledge that China still buys our treasuries see Comfort Food for a cute corgi video.”
“Shaped like a corgi and weighing in at 68kg, it was definitely worth cocking a leg at.”
“Al and Rae Kordell walk their corgi on the trail along the lake every day.”
“An owner surrendered a corgi mix to the society and kept a Labrador puppy.”
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