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Ein Klapotetz (slowenisch klopotec) ist eine im südsteirischen Weinland verbreitete Vogelscheuche. Sie besteht aus einem Windrad mit Welle und Klöppeln, die durch ihr rhythmisches Geklapper die Vögel aus den Weingärten zur Zeit der Traubenreife fern halten sollen. Der Name stammt aus dem Slowenischen: "klopótec", zu deutsch "Klapper". Im Slowenischen und im Österreichischen Wörterbuch ist der Klapotetz männlich, im südsteirischen Sprachgebrauch ist die Klapotetz weiblich, wohl abgeleitet aus "die Windmühl".

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