bitser

[ bit-ser ]
/ ˈbɪt sər /

noun Australian Informal.

a mongrel dog.

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Origin of bitser

1905–10; perhaps bit2 + -s3 + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for bitser

bitser
/ (ˈbɪtsə) /

noun

Australian informal a mongrel dog

Word Origin for bitser

C20: from bits o' bits of, as in his dog is bits o' this and bits o' that
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