/ (ˈklɒnˌdaɪkə) /
British an East European factory ship
- klondike gold rush,
- klopstock, friedrich gottlieb
Word Origin for klondyker
C20: from the gold miners who took part in the 19th-century gold rush to the Klondike
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Examples from the Web for klondyker
Pretty sort o' Klondyker you are—go and get nearly drowned first day out!
They had failed, but it could never be said of a Klondyker that he had not tried.