[chin] /tʃɪn/

one of a Japanese breed of toy dogs having a long, silky, black and white or red and white coat and a tail carried over the back.
a small compact dog of a Japanese breed with a long straight silky coat in black and white or red and white and feathered ears, legs, feet, and tail

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