špic

špȉc2 m <N mn -evi>
DEFINICIJA
reg.
1. zašiljeni vrh čega [špic olovke; špic cipele]
2. cigaršpic
SINTAGMA
špic-igrač sport reg. nogometaš koji igra u vrhu napada; napadač
ONOMASTIKA
pr. (nadimačka i etnici): Špȉca (Sisak, Zagreb, Osijek, Pula), Špȉcār (100, Međimurje, Vrbovec), Špȉcer (Zagreb, Slavonski Brod, Međimurje, Varaždin), Špìčāk (Nova Gradiška, Kutina), Špìček (180, Zagreb, Zaprešić, Donja Stubica), Špȉčić (110, Turopolje, Zagreb)
ETIMOLOGIJA
njem. Spitz: šiljak ≃ Spitze: vrh

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