blucher

noun blu·cher \ ˈblü-chər also -kər \

Definition of blucher

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

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Origin and Etymology of blucher

German L. von Blücher


Blücher

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

Definition of Blücher

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

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