lunchen

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Etymology[edit]

From English lunch, presumably short for luncheon, from nonechenche "light mid-day meal", itself from none "noon" (from Latin nonus) + schench "drink" (from Old English scenc, from scencan "pour out") and altered by northern English dialect lunch "hunk of bread or cheese" (1590), which probably is from Spanish lonja (a slice) (literally "loin")

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lunchen

  1. Plural form of lunch

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Verb[edit]

lunchen (past singular lunchte, past participle geluncht)

  1. To (have) lunch

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Swedish[edit]

Noun[edit]

lunchen

  1. definite singular of lunch