Decke

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle High German decke, from Old High German theckī, decchī, derived from thecken (modern decken), from Proto-Germanic *þakjaną. Compare analogous Dutch dek. Also related with German Dach, Dutch dak, English thatch.

Noun[edit]

Decke f (genitive Decke, plural Decken, diminutive Deckchen n)

  1. any cloth or cushion used as a covering; a tablecloth, blanket, quilt, duvet, etc.
  2. ceiling; roof (surface at the upper limit of a room or cavity)
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Noun[edit]

Decke

  1. nominative and accusative and genitive plural of Deck

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