Ahorn

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German[edit]

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Ahornblätter — maple leaves (1)

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From Middle High German ahorn, from Old High German ahorn, from Proto-Germanic, from Proto-Indo-European. May be a cognate of Latin acer.

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Ahorn m (genitive Ahorns or Ahornes, plural Ahorne)

  1. A maple Acer; the common tree
  2. (uncountable) maple; the wood of the tree

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The noun forms des Ahornes and dem Ahorne were used in the 18th century.

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Pennsylvania German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Compare German Ahorn, Dutch ahorn.

Noun[edit]

Ahorn m (plural Ahorne)

  1. (rare) maple

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