Bellows

the word bellows mark:

  • in the hunter language a skin, with birds also bird bellows
  • equipment for the production or adjustment of an air flow, manufactured from a skin, see to bellows
  • originally, the extendable bellow of some old cameras a jumping fruit manufactured from
  • a skin, see to follicle
  • a short form for a mythologisches or sayful nature, see derived
    • to change bellows from it in the colloquial language an ill-bred child
  • quarter from Baden-Baden, see to bellows (Baden-Baden)
this side is a term clarifying for the distinction of several terms named the same word.
 

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