the ancient Assyrian name of the Philistines.
Pulex Pu·lex (pyōō’lěks’) n. A genus of fleas including Pulex irritans, the common flea that infests humans.
pulicicide pu·lic·i·cide (pyōō-lĭs’ĭ-sīd’) or pu·li·cide (pyōō’lĭ-sīd’) n. A chemical agent destructive to fleas.
adjective 1. whining; whimpering: a puling child. verb (used without object), puled, puling. 1. to cry in a thin voice; whine; whimper. verb 1. (intransitive) to cry plaintively; whimper
noun 1. Joseph, 1847–1911, U.S. journalist and publisher, born in Hungary. noun 1. Joseph. 1847–1911, US newspaper publisher, born in Hungary. He established the Pulitzer prizes
noun 1. one of a group of annual prizes in journalism, literature, music, etc., established by Joseph Pulitzer: administered by Columbia University; first awarded 1917. Pulitzer prize noun 1. one of a group of prizes established by Joseph Pulitzer and awarded yearly since 1917 for excellence in American journalism, literature, and music