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From the surname of Austrian skater Alois Lutz who invented the jump.
lutz (plural lutzes)
- (figure skating) A jump in which the skater takes off from the back outside edge of one skate, rotates counterclockwise and lands on the back outside edge of the other skate.
2008 January 27, Pat Borzi, “In a Youth Movement, Nagasu Wins the Title”, in New York Times:
- Meissner fell three times, on two triple lutzes and a triple flip, to drop from fourth, the worst performance by a defending champion in at least 50 years.
From the surname of Australian skater Alois Lutz who invented the jump.
lutz m (plural lutz)
- lutz (jump)
lutz f (plural luses)