Düker

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Etymology[edit]

Formally from German Low German Düker, from Middle Low German düker (“diver”, also “culvert”?). A doublet of Taucher (diver). The sense “culvert” might be a loan translation of Dutch duiker. At least its adoption into standard German was probably reinforced by Dutch.

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Düker m (genitive Dükers, plural Düker)

  1. culvert

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