- spitting snake,
- spittle insect,
- spitz, mark andrew,
Origin of spitz
Examples from the Web for spitz
In January 1948, Spitz again fell under suspicion for his role in the looting of art in Europe during the war.
On 18 May, Spitz led Moore to Prien, where they located a large collection of trunks and crates belonging to Schwend.
Spitz impressed Michaelis as “reliable, trustworthy and intelligent… [and] willing to cooperate.”
In an effort to get Schwend to talk, Michaelis took Spitz to Stadelhelm prison.
In this capacity, Spitz provided information on the German Red Cross and the Bavarian Separatist Movement in southern Germany.
Buck, to whom fair play was a forgotten code, likewise sprang upon Spitz.
He backed up Spitz with his whip, while Buck backed up the remainder of the team.
Suddenly we came upon a yard of Dachshund wandering lizard-like across the road, accompanied by a pert Spitz.The Princess Passes|Alice Muriel Williamson and Charles Norris Williamson
But how was poor Spitz to know what the season was, or tell what his master himself had forgotten?George Cruikshank's Omnibus|George Cruikshank
He did not check himself, but drove in upon Spitz, shoulder to shoulder, so hard that he missed the throat.
Word Origin for spitz
breed of small Pomeranian dog, 1842, from German Spitz (occasionally Spitzhund), from spitz "pointed" (see spit (n.)). So called from the shape of its muzzle.