argopelter

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Etymology[edit]

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Particularly: “related to pelt i.e. hurl?”

Noun[edit]

argopelter ‎(plural argopelters)

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  1. A mythical monster of the United States, said to inhabit hollow tree trunks and hurl wooden splinters and branches at passers-by.