breitschwantz

noun breit·schwantz \ ˈbrītˌshfän(t)s , -shvä- \

Definition of breitschwantz

plural -es

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Origin and Etymology of breitschwantz

German breitschwanz, from breit broad (from Old High German) + schwanz tail, from Middle High German swanz, from swanzen to swing, move back and forth, frequentative of swanken to move to and fro, from swank supple, moveable, swaying


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