jääkäri

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the German Jäger (infantryman, jaeger).

Noun[edit]

jääkäri

  1. jaeger, one of the 2,000 Finnish men who obtained military training in Germany during the First World War, and became the core of the White Guards in the Finnish Civil War in 1918.
  2. (military) A private in the infantry.

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