a member of a Uralic people dwelling in W Siberia and the far NE parts of European Russia.
Also, Samoyedic. a subfamily of Uralic languages spoken by the Samoyed people.
(sometimes lowercase) one of a Russian breed of medium-sized dogs that have long, dense, white or cream hair and are used by the Samoyed people for herding reindeer and pulling sleds.
(pl) -yed, -yeds. a member of a group of peoples who migrated along the Russian Arctic coast and now live chiefly in the area of the N Urals: related to the Finns
the languages of these peoples, related to Finno-Ugric within the Uralic family
(səˈmɔɪɛd). a Siberian breed of dog of the spitz type, having a dense white or cream coat with a distinct ruff, and a tightly curled tail
adjective 1. of or relating to the Samoyed people or languages. noun 2. Samoyed (def 2).
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noun 1. (in the Philippines) an Arabian jasmine.
noun 1. Jorge, 1939–2010, president of Portugal 1996–2006.