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noun - a one-horse sleigh consisting of a box on runners
noun - a box-shaped sleigh
PUNGS - The Pungsan or Poongsan (Chosongul: 풍산개; Hanja: 豐山개) is a breed of hunting dog from Korea. They were bred in the Kaema highlands of what ...
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|Plural form of pung.|
|A sleigh or sledge with a boxlike body, typically drawn by a single horse and used for carrying light loads.|
|A set of three identical tiles the action of completing such a set in one's hand. Also occasionally as interjection: announcing this action to other players.|
|To take a discarded tile to complete a set of three identical tiles. Also with object: to pick up (a discarded tile) to make a set of three.|
|Pungs might refer to|
|The Pungsan or Poongsan (Chosongul: 풍산개; Hanja: 豐山개) is a breed of hunting dog from Korea. They were bred in the Kaema highlands of what is now North Korea. The dogs were traditionally hunting dogs.The dog is a rare breed, and is sometimes smuggled over the North Korea-China border.During the 2000 inter-Korean summit, North Korean leader Kim Jong-il made a gift of two Pungsan dogs (associated with the North) to South Korean president Kim Dae-jung. In return, Kim Dae-jung gave two Jindo dogs (associated with the South) to Kim Jong-il. Born at the Pyongyang Central Zoo, the Pugsan dogs were originally named Dangyol (Unity) and Jaju (Independence) but were later renamed Uri (meaning We) and Duri (Two). They initially lived in the Blue House, the residence of the South Korean president, before being moved to the Seoul Zoo, where they gave birth to 15 puppies before both dying at age 13. During their life, the dogs were accorded special status as guests of state.|