fälschen

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German velschen, from Old High German felsken, from Late Latin *falsicāre, a contraction of falsificāre. The verb fälschen is therefore significantly older in German than the adjective falsch, from which it would seem to be derived.

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fälschen (third-person singular simple present fälscht, past tense fälschte, past participle gefälscht, auxiliary haben)

  1. to counterfeit, to forge

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