Zicke

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old High German zickīn (female kid), from Proto-Germanic *tikk-īn- (compare Old English ticcen (kid)), from Proto-Indo-European *digós (goat), genitive of *díks. More at Ziege.

Noun[edit]

Zicke f (genitive Zicke, plural Zicken)

  1. she-goat, nanny goat
  2. a touchy, fractious or difficult person (usually, but not necessarily, female)

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