Lache

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See also: lache, lâche, and lâché

German[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle High German lache, from Old High German lacha, lahha (swamp, marsh), from Proto-Germanic *lakō (lake, pool). Cognate with Middle Low German lāke (standing water, water pooled in a riverbed), Dutch laak (lake, pond, stream), Old English lacu (lake, pond, stream). More at lake.

Noun[edit]

Lache f (genitive Lache, plural Lachen)

  1. puddle
  2. pool

Etymology 2[edit]

Noun[edit]

Lache f (genitive Lache, plural Lachen)

  1. A short laughter.
  2. The particular way of laughing of a person.