batman /ˈbatmən/


I. noun

‹dated› (in the British armed forces) an officer’s personal servant.
– origin mid 18th cent. (originally denoting an orderly in charge of the bat horse ‘packhorse’ which carried the officer’s baggage): from Old French bat (from medieval Latin bastum ‘packsaddle’) + man.

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