Schwamm

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German[edit]

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From Old High German swamp, from Proto-Germanic *swambaz, *swammaz. See also Old English swamm.

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Schwamm m (genitive Schwamms or Schwammes, plural Schwämme)

  1. sponge
  2. fungus, mushroom, toadstool
  3. (pathology) morbid growth
  4. dry rot

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