handske

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Danish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Danish hanzkæ, from Old Norse hanzki, from Middle Low German hantsche, colloquial form of hantscho (glove, gauntlet), from Old Saxon handsko (gauntlet, glove) from hand (hand) and sko (shoe).

Noun[edit]

handske c (definite singular handsken, indefinite plural handsker, definite plural handskerne)

  1. a glove

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Swedish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse hanzki, from Middle Low German hantsche, colloquial form of hantscho (glove, gauntlet) from Old Saxon handsko (gauntlet, glove) from hand (hand) and sko (shoe).

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Noun[edit]

handske c

  1. a glove (item of clothing), traditionally of leather

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