langen

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German[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle High German langen, from Old High German langēn.

Verb[edit]

langen (third-person singular simple present langt, past tense langte, past participle gelangt, auxiliary haben)

  1. (colloquial) to reach for something
  2. (colloquial) to suffice, to be enough
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Etymology 2[edit]

From the adjective lang.

Adjective[edit]

langen

  1. strong masculine singular genitive form of lang.
  2. strong masculine singular accusative form of lang.
  3. strong neuter singular genitive form of lang.
  4. strong plural dative form of lang.
  5. weak masculine singular genitive form of lang.
  6. weak masculine singular dative form of lang.
  7. weak masculine singular accusative form of lang.
  8. weak feminine singular genitive form of lang.
  9. weak feminine singular dative form of lang.
  10. weak neuter singular genitive form of lang.
  11. weak neuter singular dative form of lang.
  12. weak plural nominative form of lang.
  13. weak plural genitive form of lang.
  14. weak plural dative form of lang.
  15. weak plural accusative form of lang.
  16. mixed masculine singular genitive form of lang.
  17. mixed masculine singular dative form of lang.
  18. mixed masculine singular accusative form of lang.
  19. mixed feminine singular genitive form of lang.
  20. mixed feminine singular dative form of lang.
  21. mixed neuter singular genitive form of lang.
  22. mixed neuter singular dative form of lang.
  23. mixed plural nominative form of lang.
  24. mixed plural genitive form of lang.
  25. mixed plural dative form of lang.
  26. mixed plural accusative form of lang.

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