Origin of lederhosen
Examples from the Web for lederhosen
Patrons celebrated New Year with a ‘lederhosen and ski-wear’ party, which is very Prince Harry.Where Will Harry Party Back in London, And Who Will He Be Kissing?|Tom Sykes|January 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Germans push native Lederhosen and Dirndls over blue jeans.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
British Dictionary definitions for lederhosen
Word Origin for lederhosen
Word Origin and History for lederhosen
leather shorts worn in Alpine regions, 1937, German, literally "leather trousers" (see leather and hose). Old English had cognate leðerhose. German hosen displaced Old High German bruch, from the basic Germanic word for "trousers" (see breeches).