Pulaski

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noun Pu·las·ki \pə-ˈlas-kē, pyü-\

Definition of Pulaski

  1. :  a single-bit ax with an adze-shaped hoe extending from the back

Origin and Etymology of pulaski

Edward C. Pulaski, †1931 American forest ranger


First Known Use: 1924


Pułaski

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biographical name Pu·łas·ki \pə-ˈlas-kē, pyü-\

Definition of Pułaski

  1. Kazimierz 1747–1779 Polish soldier in American Revolution


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