estilingue

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Etymology[edit]

From English sling, probably from Old Norse slyngja, slyngva (to hurl), from Proto-Germanic *slingwaną (to worm, twist), from Proto-Indo-European *slenk (to turn, twist).

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estilingue m (plural estilingues)

  1. slingshot (weapon)

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