Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Usage examples of "apso".
She chuckled heartily and Donny pranced up and down, yapping his little white and black LhApso Apso head off, demanding her attention.
Lbasa apso or a shib tzu-some animal that had at least the vestigial charm of a cat.
There were small dogs like sharp-faced corgis and brown-and-black silky terriers and a Lhasa apso with long golden hair.
Nobody died, mind you, not even a salivating Lhasa apso or a parakeet.
Her dog, a brindle-colored Lhasa apso, began a frantic search for something, flinging sand in all directions.
A sixfoot black girl with red hot pants and platform sandals went by with a Lhasa apso on a short leash.
Nancy lives in New York and is owned by three cats and a Lhasa Apso with a bad attitude.
The conflict lasted only a few days, and I was soon able to take my Apso dog to Sera again for a peaceful stroll.
You can compare me to a Lhasa Apso any old day, but a Chihuahua looks so sort of naked, you know?
Cats were the most popular, since they adapted easily to the mile-high million-windowed hovels that formed the supercities, but a few breeds of dogs—Keeshonds, Shih Tzus, Lhasa Apsos, and a handful of others still existed in some quantity.