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daus

  1. plural of dau

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Etymology 1Edit

From Old Norse dauss, from Old French dous, deus, deuz.

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daus m (genitive singular dauss, nominative plural dausar)

  1. the side of a die with two pips (in dice games, especially backgammon); deuce
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Etymology 2Edit

Origin uncertain, but possibly from daus (deuce), derived from the notion that two was a bad number to get, or because the two pips on the two-eyed side of some dice may have resembled buttocks.

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daus m (genitive singular dauss, nominative plural dausar)

  1. buttocks, arse
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daus

  1. snow