romper etymology

Dutch word romper comes from English romper suit (A one-piece garment for an infant or small child; a onesie.)

Detailed word origin of romper

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
romper suit English (eng) A one-piece garment for an infant or small child; a onesie.
romper English (eng) (Ireland, historical, transitive) To abduct (a victim) to a room where they are tortured and murdered. (nautical) A ship that has moved far ahead of a convoy; see also straggler.. Someone who romps or frolics. A onesie.
romper Dutch (nld) A one-piece garment for an infant or small child; a onesie or romper. An adult loungewear jumpsuit; a onesie or romper.