Fluse

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Via German Low German from Middle Low German vlūs ‎(sheepskin) or a derivative thereof. The same word from an earlier borrowing is Flause ‎(illusion).

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Fluse f ‎(genitive Fluse, plural Flusen)

  1. (regional, chiefly northern and central Germany) fluff, lint of fabric, wool, etc.
    Mein Hemd ist voller Flusen, seitdem du es gewaschen hast.
    My shirt is full of lints since you washed it.

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