Blüte

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German bluot, from Old High German bluot (blossom, blooming), from Proto-Germanic *blōdiz (blossom, sprout). Cognate with Old English blēd (shoot, twig, flower, fruit). More at blead.

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Blüte f (genitive Blüte, plural Blüten)

  1. blossom
  2. florescence
    Die Apfelblüte ist von Mai bis Juni.
    Florescence of apple trees is from Mai through June.
    Die Rosen stehen in Blüte.
    The roses are in bloom.
  3. (slang) counterfeit banknote

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