Definition of passgang
: a method of cross-country ski running in which each pole is brought forward simultaneously with the ski on the same side and is thrust so as to produce a glide with the opposite ski
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Origin and Etymology of passgang
German, literally, stepping gait, from pass step (from Latin passus) + gang going, gait
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