holluschick


holluschick

holluschick [hol-uh s-chik] Word Origin noun, plural hol·lus·chick·ie [hol-uh s-chik-ee] /ˈhɒl əsˌtʃɪk i/.

  1. a young male fur seal.

Origin of holluschick 1870–75; earlier holluschickie collective plural, by folk etymology Russian kholostyakí, plural of kholostyák literally, bachelor

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