From Dutch + -kin (“kind, type, sort”).
Dutchkin (comparative more Dutchkin, superlative most Dutchkin)
- Of a Dutch or German kind or sort; Dutch-like; German-like.
1576, George Gascoigne, The Steel Glass:
- With Dutchkin doublets, and with jerkins jagg’d? / With Spanish spangs, and ruffs fet out of France, / With high-copp’d hats, and feathers flaunt-a-flaunt?