Definitions for katzenjammerˈkæt sənˌdʒæm ər

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

katz•en•jam•merˈkæt sənˌdʒæm ər(n.)

  1. hangover .

  2. uneasiness.

  3. an uproar; clamor.

Origin of katzenjammer:

1840–50; < G

Princeton's WordNet

  1. hangover, katzenjammer(noun)

    disagreeable aftereffects from the use of drugs (especially alcohol)

  2. hubbub, uproar, brouhaha, katzenjammer(noun)

    loud confused noise from many sources

Wiktionary

  1. katzenjammer(Noun)

    hangover

  2. katzenjammer(Noun)

    jitters

  3. katzenjammer(Noun)

    bewilderment

  4. katzenjammer(Noun)

    depression

  5. katzenjammer(Noun)

    discord

  6. katzenjammer(Adjective)

    raucous

  7. Origin: Katzenjammer ("the wailing of cats"), hangover; a compound formed from Katzen (plural of Katze), cat + jammer, wailing or distress.

Freebase

  1. Worbey & Farrell

    Worbey & Farrell, are a British piano musical comedy duo comprising Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell. The word Katzenjammer is German, meaning "discordant sound" and is also sometimes used to indicate a general state of depression or bewilderment. It's sometimes used in reference to a hangover. The literal translation is "cat's wail" or "the blues." The duo changed its name in February 2011 to Worbey & Farrell.

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