- n. A native or resident of the American state of Wisconsin.
“He inherited the mystical badger medalion from his father which allowed him to call on the Spirit Of The Badger, his family's totem animal.”
“I little explanation on Dachshund, The German word for Badger is "DACHS" hence DachsHUND, HUND meaning all dogs not only "Hound", Dachshund are Fearless and tenacious in following a "Dachs" into their Dens and pulling them out by the tail so the hunters can kille them.”
“The Barefoot Badger is more my sort of environmentalism.”
“Clinton and her daughter Chelsea spent much of the weekend campaigning in Badger state, as did Obama and his wife Michelle.”
“Fortunately, Badger is going to help me locate another one - he may actually have one.”
“The Badger is a subsonic medium bomber which is inflight refuelable.”
“She leant back in Badger's armchair and prepared to let her mind stray wherever it liked.”
“To Miss Perrin Badger was a god, and luncheon guests whom he kept waiting had no right whatever to complain.”
“The Badger is not sophisticated and doesn’t appear to hold with sophistication much.”
“Steve called her Badger because she didn't believe in constructive criticism or praise.”
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English surnames based upon an occupation. As one would expect, many of the occupations that lent themselves to these surnames no longer exist, and variant spellings abound.
Words from the novel by Thornton Wilder.
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