German for tank, and short for Panzerkampfwagen. German for armored combat vehicle. The word Panzer is used widely to refer to the many German tanks in World War II, with a total of 6 operational variants, Panzerkampfwagen I-VI. They were the Panzer I(light tank armed with 2 7.92mm MG), Panzer II(light tank, armed with 1 7.92 MG and 1 20mm cannon), Panzer III(light-medium tank, armed with 37mm cannon, 2 7.92mm MG), PAnzer IV (medium battle tank, armed with 75mm short barreled, 2 7.92 MG, later versions armed with long barrel 75mm cannon), Panzer V (aka Panther, armed with high-velocity 75mm, 2 7.92mm MG, considered to be one of the greatest engineering marvels of the war), Panzer VI (aka Tiger, armed with 88mm cannon, 2 7.92 MG, considered to be one of the most powerful tanks of the war; many tank crews often avoided engaging Tigers in the open, this was called "Tigerphobia"), and the Panzer Tiger II Konigstiger (aka King Tiger). These were Germany's main battle tanks from 1939-1945. However, the Panzers weren't limited to tank warfare; other variants came about, such as the Wespe(mobile artillery built on the Panzer II Chassis), Bison I(built on the Panzer I chassis, mobile artillery), Panzer Wirbelwind (mobile anti-aircraft gun build on Panzer IV chassis), Nashorn (mobile anti-tank gun built on Panzer IV chassis), Marder I, II, III (mobile anti-tank guns built on Panzer I, II, and III chassis), and the Sturmgeschutz III(an assault gun/anti-tank gun built on Panzer III chassis).

That being said, Panzers were very reliable tanks, powerful, and deadly. They almost always strike fear into the hearts of their enemies.
On one occasion, a Tiger Tank managed to knock out a whole column of 31 American Sherman tanks.
by your daddy January 23, 2005
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The panzer is the crescent shaped area of skin on bottom of the female breast or buttocks that exposed by really short shirts or skirts.

Formerly, this most beautiful part of all the female anatomy was without a word to describe it.
In those cut off shorts, I can see her panzer.
by ellweb February 26, 2005
1. German. Any heavily armoured military vehicle, or armour in general.

2. A very overweight person
1. Don't drink and drive your panzer, Fritz.

2. God, look at that panzer!
by Krazy Kraut January 18, 2004
1.german wartank
2.strong, broad, phat.
3.a VERY fat girl
ooh, that hip hop beat sure s'got a lotta bass ... so panzer!

she says she's big-boned... I say she's jabba! ...what a panzer! PUN-TSAH!!
by Lisa June 15, 2003
1. Overweight person.

2. Can also be used to say that the object/person is Big, Heavy, and Powerful.
I have a friend, and he's a PANZER.
by Lyle Dylandy August 30, 2010
Panzer Tank , cockney rhyming slang for Wank . As with most cockerney slang, only the 1st part of the phrase is used , the rhyming word is dropped .
" Got some new smut , so i'm off home for a quick Panzer "
by Farce December 30, 2005
"Panzer" is actually short for "Panzerwagen", which in German means "Armor Wagen". Panzer does not, however, mean "panther" like some people believe.
Soldaten: Achtung! Ich sehe ein feindliche Panzerwagen!!
Zweite Soldaten: Nein, Das ist ein Kübelwagen!
by Der Neger February 08, 2005
1. German War Tank
2. A Black Toyota T-100 native to morgantown WV. It has no muffler and is known for insanly loud music. The truck will go anywhere and drives as if posessed. The current owner is insane, and some believe the truck was once owned by Satan.
I just caught a glimpse of the Panzer passing in the other lane. I saw flames coming from the pipes.
by seabass February 22, 2005
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