Aachen

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English[edit]

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From German Aachen.

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Aachen

  1. A city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

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German[edit]

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From Middle High German Ache, from Old High German Ahha, from Latin aquae ‎(waters, i.e. sources), referring to the sacred springs associated with the Celtic god Granus. Cognate with Old High German aha ‎(water), from Proto-Germanic *ahwō.

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Aachen n ‎(genitive Aachens)

  1. the German city of Aachen

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Aachen, from Latin aquae ‎(waters, i.e. sources), referring to the scared springs associated with the Celtic god Granus.

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IPA(key): /o:ke:n/

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Aachen

  1. the German city of Aachen