Distel

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Etymology[edit]

From Old High German distil, from Proto-Germanic *þistilaz (cognates include Old English þistel (Modern English thistle), Old Saxon and Old Dutch thistil (Modern Dutch distel), Old Norse and Icelandic þistill).

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Distel f (genitive Distel, plural Disteln, diminutive Distelchen n)

  1. thistle

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Distel m (plural Distle)

  1. thistle