dushk

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Albanian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Albanian *duś-k-, cognate to Latin fuscus (cloudy, dim), English dusk, Old Irish doss (shrub). Alternatively from archaic and dialectal drushk, from Proto-Albanian *druška, from *druwa ‘tree’ (modern dru). More at dru.

Noun[edit]

dushk m (indefinite plural dushqe, definite singular dushku)

  1. oak; a tree of genus Quercus.

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