blucher

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noun blu·cher \ˈblü-chər also -kər\

Definition of blucher

  1. :  a shoe having the tongue and vamp cut in one piece and the quarters lapped over the vamp and laced together for closing

Origin and Etymology of blucher

German L. von Blücher


First Known Use: 1832


Blücher

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biographical name Blü·cher \ˈblü-kər, ˈblue-ḵər\

Definition of Blücher

  1. Gebhard Leberecht von 1742–1819 prince of Wahlstatt Prussian field marshal


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