schtroumpf

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Coined by Peyo, possibly from German Strumpf (stocking, sock), not semantically related, but peculiar and “funny sounding” to the French ear because of the unfamiliar combinations of consonants. See also smurf.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

schtroumpf m (plural schtroumpfs)

  1. (comics, fictional character) smurf

Adjective[edit]

schtroumpf (feminine singular schtroumpfe, masculine plural schtroumpfs, feminine plural schtroumpfes)

  1. smurfy

Derived terms[edit]