Daune

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Via Middle Low German dūne from a Scandinavic source and hence ultimately from Old Norse dúnn. The diphthong -au- is a secondary adaptation from the Low German to the standard German vowel system.

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Daune f ‎(genitive Daune, plural Daunen)

  1. (always countable) down (soft, immature feather)

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