Etymology
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panzer (adj.)

1940, from of German Panzerdivision "armored unit," from Panzer "tank," literally "armor," from Middle High German panzier, from Old French panciere "armor for the belly," from pance "belly, stomach," from Latin pantex (genitive panticis) "belly" (see paunch).

updated on January 08, 2013

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Definitions of panzer from WordNet

panzer (n.)
an armored vehicle or tank;
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