Batman

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Etymology 1[edit]

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Batman

  1. A province in Turkey.
  2. The capital city of Batman Province, Turkey.
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Etymology 2[edit]

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Batman

  1. A surname​.

Etymology 3[edit]

From bat +‎ man; originally the Bat-Man.

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Batman

  1. Bruce Wayne, a fictional hero of DC Comics who uses a bat-themed costume and equipment and is assisted by his sidekick Robin.

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Batman

  1. An intensifier for interjections created with the adjective holy.
    Holy guacamole Batman!
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Batman (third-person singular simple present Batmans, present participle Batmanning, simple past and past participle Batmanned)

  1. (slang, mountaineering) To climb up a rope free hand (i.e. like Batman does).
    • 2006, Alpinist - Issue 18; Issue 20[1], page 36:
      The Germans had left fixed ropes in place, which the Brits unashamedly batmanned up to reach the summit ridge.

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Batman f

  1. Batman (a province in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey)
  2. Batman (a city, the provincial capital of Batman, Turkey)

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Batman m

  1. Batman (superhero)

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Batman

  1. Batman

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