flenser

See also: Flenser

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EtymologyEdit

From Danish flense or Dutch vlensen, perhaps from Proto-Germanic *flintaz-, from Proto-Indo-European *splind- (to split, cleave), from *(s)plei- (to split).[1]

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flenser (plural flensers)

  1. One who flenses (cuts blubber from a whale carcass)

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