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jaeger

noun jae·ger \ˈyā-gər\

Definition of JAEGER

1
a :  hunter, huntsman
b :  one attending a person of rank or wealth and wearing hunter's costume
2
:  any of several large dark-colored birds (genus Stercorarius) of northern seas that are related to the skua, are strong fliers, and tend to harass weaker birds until they drop or disgorge their prey
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Origin of JAEGER

German Jäger
First Known Use: 1781

Rhymes with JAEGER

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