Katalog

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See also: katalog and katalög

German[edit]

Katalog

Etymology[edit]

From from Late Latin catalogus, from Ancient Greek κατάλογος(katálogos, an enrollment, a register), from καταλέγω(katalégō, to recount, to tell at length), from κατά(katá, downwards, towards) + λέγω(légō, to gather, to pick up, to choose for oneself, to pick out, to count).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /kataˈloːk/
  • Hyphenation: Ka‧ta‧log

Noun[edit]

Katalog m ‎(genitive Kataloges or Katalogs, plural Kataloge)

  1. catalogue (systematic list of names, books, pictures, etc.; complete list of items; university calendar)

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