roeptoeteren etymology

Dutch word roeptoeteren comes from Dutch roepen, Dutch toeter ((colloquial) drunk Horn, claxon.)

Detailed word origin of roeptoeteren

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
roepen Dutch (nld) (transitive) to call, summon, invite etc.. (transitive, or, intransitive) to cry, shout.
toeter Dutch (nld) (colloquial) drunk Horn, claxon.
roeptoeter Dutch (nld) (informal) loudhailer, blowhorn, megaphone. (informal) mouthpiece, something that relays discourse, especially opinion. (informal, pejorative) loudmouth, blowhard (usually connoting that one proclaims simplistic opinions).
roeptoeteren Dutch (nld) (informal, transitive, intransitive) to proclaim loudly (simplistic opinions) [+ over (about)].

Words with the same origin as roeptoeteren

Descendants of roepen
omroep omroeper roep roeping roepnaam roeptoeter uitroep uitroepteken