cealc

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West Proto-Germanic, from (oblique form of) Latin calx (limestone, mortar), from Ancient Greek χάλιξ (kháliks, pebble). Cognate with Old Saxon calc (Dutch kalk), Old High German chalch (German Kalch).

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ċealc m

  1. plaster, mortar
  2. chalk

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