strútur

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Etymology 1[edit]

Attested since the 16th century. Probably from Old English strūta, strȳta, or from Middle English. Ultimately from Latin strūthiō.

Noun[edit]

strútur m (genitive singular strúts, nominative plural strútar)

  1. ostrich
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Old Norse strútr, from Proto-Germanic *strūtaz. Also related to German Strauß.

Noun[edit]

strútur m (genitive singular strúts, nominative plural strútar)

  1. (historical) a kind of scarf wrapped in a certain style around the neck
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