Frosch

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German vrosch, from Old High German frosc (frog), from Proto-Germanic *fruskaz (frog), from Proto-Indo-European *prew- (jump, hop). Cognate with Middle Low German vorsch (frog), Dutch vors, West Frisian froask, Icelandic froskur, English frosh (frog). More at frosh.

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Frosch m (genitive Froschs or Frosches, plural Frösche, diminutive Fröschchen n or Fröschlein n)

  1. frog

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