noun \ˈfelt+ˌ-\

Definition of velt–marshal

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Origin and Etymology of velt–marshal

partial translation, partial modification (influenced by obsolete Dutch velt field, from Middle Dutch) of German feldmarschall (translation of French maréchal de camp), from feld field (from Old High German) + marschall marshal, from Old High German marahscalc — more at veld, marshal

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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