Tümpel

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German tümpfel, from Old High German tumphilo. The regular Upper German form is Tümpfel, which is now obsolete in standard usage; the unshifted -p- from Central German dialects.

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Tümpel m (genitive Tümpels, plural Tümpel)

  1. shallow pond, pool

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