granaat

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Etymology[edit]

From Dutch granaat, from Latin pomus granatus

Noun[edit]

granaat (??? please provide the plural!)

  1. grenade

Dutch[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch garnate, grenate, from Old French grenat, from Latin pomus granatus (seeded apple) (from pomus (apple (tree)) (cognate with pomum (apple (fruit))) and granum (grain, pit); cognate with Italian granato, Spanish granada, English grenade & French grenade, German Granate etc.) + appel (apple).

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

granaat m, f (plural granaten, diminutive granaatje n)

  1. (weapon) grenade
  2. (mineralogy) garnet
  3. (archaic) pomegranate
  4. (archaic) The plant Punica granatum

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