Klabusterbeere

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Particularly: “The Beere (berry) part is clear enough, but what is Klabuster?”

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Klabusterbeere f (genitive Klabusterbeere, plural Klabusterbeeren, diminutive Klabusterbeerchen n)

  1. (slang) dingleberry (US English) / clingon (British English)
    Es hängt eine Klabusterbeere am After des Schafs.
    A clingon / dingleberry is hanging from the sheep's anus.

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