dalmatiër

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

from Dalmatiër 'Dalmatian', person associated with the Balkanic coastal region Dalmatia (in Dutch Dalmatië, the root of the word), presently in Croatia; on account of the similar black-on-white spots on the ermine a royal dalmatic is made of; there exists a popular etymology, only 'valid' for Dutch, that the dog breed was named after its suitability for geodetic registrations of the maat (measure(ment) of a dal (dale)

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

dalmatiër m (plural dalmatiërs, diminutive dalmatiërtje n)

  1. A canine Dalmatian, a white, black-spotted breed of dog

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