noun (sometimes lowercase) Skating.
Origin of Lutz
Examples from the Web for lutz
But drinking for every triple Lutz, American flag or smirk from Putin could cause a calorie avalanche and sick Sochi gut.6 Ways to Avoid ‘Sochi Gut’ While Watching the Olympics|Jenna A. Bell|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Presumably Lutz, who declined comment, would advise on the design and functionality of new vehicle models, his specialty.
Since May various GM executives, including Akerson, have been calling Lutz to pick his brain.
Former GM chief executive Rick Wagoner, later fired by the U.S., hired Lutz to help improve future GM models.
If an agreement is reached with Lutz, GM would gain access to his considerable experience developing vehicles.
Sergeant Lutz said he'd take it this time, and he rode through to Braska on a single horse,—seventy-three miles in thirty hours.Under Fire|Charles King
Lutz, not understanding this conduct, was displeased at his friend, and undertook himself to return her thanks.
The information was conveyed to Buck and Lutz, and they identified and recovered their property.The Radio Boys at the Sending Station|Allen Chapman
Lutz had six officers taken, but none killed or wounded; Hay lost one officer, either killed or prisoner.The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn|Henry P. Johnston
"It is like a dream;" and as I said so, I walked on again a little in advance of the others with Lutz and his rider.Four Ghost Stories|Mrs. Molesworth
Word Origin for lutz
type of skating jump, 1932, from the name Alois Lutz, "an obscure Austrian skater of the 1920s" [James R. Hines, "Historical Dictionary of Figure Skating," 2011], who is said to have first performed it in 1913.