kwab

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Germanic, cognate with German Quappe, Quabbe.

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kwab f (plural kwabben, diminutive kwabje n)

  1. A weak, blubbery mass, notably:
    1. of human or animal tissue, such as quivering flesh, or a brain lobe
    2. of aquatic plants
  2. (zoology) Any of several eel fishes:
    1. Lota vulgaris
    2. Zoarces viviparus
    3. Motella tricirrata (Gadus mustella L.)

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West Frisian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Germanic; compare Dutch kwal

Noun[edit]

kwab

  1. A jellyfish