klerk

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See also: de Klerk

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin clēricus (a priest, clergyman, cleric, also generally a learned man, clerk), from Ancient Greek κληρικός (klērikós, (adj. in church jargon) of the clergy), from κλῆρος (klêros, lot, inheritance,” originally “a shard used in casting lots).

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Noun[edit]

klerk m (plural klerken, diminutive klerkje n)

  1. clerk