knapenschennis etymology

Dutch word knapenschennis comes from Dutch schennis, Dutch knaap

Detailed word origin of knapenschennis

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
schennis Dutch (nld) (obsolete) A result of the above: shame, dishonor, scandal. (obsolete) The potential to hurt or damage: danger, risk. An active or passive case of hurting, damaging. An immoral violation of a person, obligation or rule.
knaap Dutch (nld) (by extension) Any human male, regardless of age. (chiefly, in compounds) A servant, helper. A big one, whopper, said of a creature or an object. Boy, usually adolescent.
knapenschennis Dutch (nld) A pederasty, sexual abuse of (a) male minor(s).

Words with the same origin as knapenschennis

Descendants of knaap