Flucht

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle High German vluht, from Old High German fluht. Pertaining to fliehen ‎(to flee).

Noun[edit]

Flucht f ‎(genitive Flucht, plural Fluchten)

  1. escape
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle Low German vlucht. Pertaining to fliegen ‎(to fly).

Noun[edit]

Flucht f ‎(genitive Flucht, plural Fluchten)

  1. (construction, technical) line, alignment (vertical or horizontal line along which windows or other building elements are arranged)
  2. (construction, archaic) suite, line of rooms, number of rooms interconnected by doors
  3. (ornithology) flock of birds

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