trekvogel etymology

Dutch word trekvogel comes from Dutch vogel, Dutch trekken

Detailed word origin of trekvogel

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
vogel Dutch (nld) (figuratively, , slang) A dude, cat. A bird, feathered animal. A gaai, a feathered target in archery or shooting.
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.
trekvogel Dutch (nld) Migratory bird.

Words with the same origin as trekvogel

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