trekdier etymology

Dutch word trekdier comes from Dutch dier, Dutch trekken

Detailed word origin of trekdier

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
dier Dutch (nld) (dialectal, archaic) Animal (demonstrative) her, their, the latter's (genitive feminine singular and genitive plural of die).
trekken Dutch (nld) (intransitive) to migrate. (intransitive, Belgium) to photograph, take a picture. (intransitive, vulgar) to jerk off, masturbate. (transitive) to manage, to have the strength for. (transitive) to pull, to draw.
trekdier Dutch (nld) A draught animal, used to draw a load or loaded cart, plow etc.

Words with the same origin as trekdier

Descendants of dier
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Descendants of trekken
aantrekkelijk aantrekking kurkentrekker onaantrekkelijk samentrekking teruggetrokkenheid terugtrekking trekhaak trekkast trekker trekpaard trekpop trekschuit treksprinkhaan trekvaart trekvis trekvogel trekzak trok