Definition of pullen
dialectal, chiefly British
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Origin and Etymology of pullen
Middle English pullan, pullayn, from Old French poleing young cock, from Late Latin pullinus of a chicken, from Latin, of a young animal, from pullus young of an animal, foal, chick + -inus -ine — more at foal
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