- panzer division,
Origin of panzer
Examples from the Web for panzer
The main effort in the attack was carried out by the infamous Waffen SS 6th Panzer Army.
Panzer exaggerates the case against his own theory when he quotes only six versions as omitting the princesses (p. 122).Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
The first edition, according to Panzer and Brunet, of this work, was that of Paris.The Oxford Reformers|Frederic Seebohm
A work of some little importance; and frequently referred to by Vogt and Panzer.Bibliomania; or Book-Madness|Thomas Frognall Dibdin
Panzer has increased to eighteen the list of books printed before the close of 1472.
For the study of early printed books, Hain, Panzer, and Maittaire's books are indispensable.How to Form a Library, 2nd ed|H. B. Wheatley
Word Origin for panzer
1940, from of German Panzerdivision "armored unit," from Panzer "tank," literally "armor," from Middle High German panzier, from Old French panciere "armor for the belly," from pance "belly, stomach," from Latin pantex (genitive panticis) "belly" (see paunch).