The Alternative Dutch Dictionary: oudoom

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Entry definition

oudoom etymology Germanic, from Middle Dutch (also oudeoom), itself from oud 'old, ancestral' + oom 'uncle' pronunciation
  • /ˈɑu̯tom/
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noun: {{nl-noun}}
  1. A great-uncle, brother of one's grandparent, uncle of one's parent
  2. (humorous) Any old man, gramps
related terms:
  • oudgrootvader {{g2}}
  • oudovergrootvader {{g2}}
  • oudoverouder {{g2}}
  • oudvader {{g2}}
  • overoudvoorouder {{g2}}
  • oudgrootmoeder
  • oudmoeder
  • oudtante, oudmoei

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