buikdrager etymology

Dutch word buikdrager comes from Dutch drager (Carrier. Wearer.), Dutch buik

Detailed word origin of buikdrager

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
drager Dutch (nld) Carrier. Wearer.
buik Dutch (nld) (nautical) The lowest inner part of a ship's hull, where water accumulates.. Belly. Paunch (referring euphemistically to a protrusive belly).
buikdrager Dutch (nld) Baby sling that has the baby in front of the carrier.

Words with the same origin as buikdrager

Descendants of buik
beuk bierpens