boedelhouder

noun boe·del·hou·der \ˈbüdəlˌhau̇də(r)\

Definition of boedelhouder

plural

-s

  1. :  an administrator or a trustee of a boedelhouding

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Origin and Etymology of boedelhouder

Dutch, from boedel property (from Middle Dutch) + houder holder, from houden to hold (from Middle Dutch) + -er; akin to Old Norse bōl farm, abode and to Old High German holtan to hold


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