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kegler

[ keg-ler ]
/ ˈkɛg lər /
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noun
a participant in a bowling game, as candlepins or tenpins.
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Also keg·el·er [keg-uh-ler, keg-ler]. /ˈkɛg ə lər, ˈkɛg lər/.

Origin of kegler

1930–35; <German, equivalent to Kegel (nine)pin + -er-er1
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British Dictionary definitions for kegler

kegler

kegeler (ˈkɛɡələ)

/ (ˈkɛɡlə) /

noun
informal, mainly US a participant in a game of tenpin bowling

Word Origin for kegler

from German, from Kegel pin, from Old High German kegil peg
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