or Pekinese noun (plural Pekingese or Pekinese) Date: 1849 1. a. the Chinese dialect of Beijing b. a native or resident of Beijing 2. any of a Chinese breed of small short-legged dogs with a broad flat face and a profuse long soft coat

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