Blick

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German blic, from Old High German blik, from Proto-Germanic *blikaz, *blikkaz (shine, appearance, look; metal), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰleyg-, from *bʰel- (to shine). Cognate with Dutch blik (look, glance), Danish blik (look, glance; tin), Icelandic blik (gleam, shine), Old English blice (an exposure, manifestation). More at blick.

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Noun[edit]

Blick m (genitive Blicks or Blickes, plural Blicke)

  1. glance, look
  2. view

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