Knochen

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German knoche, from Old High German knohha, from Proto-Germanic *knukô(bone, joint). Compare Dutch knook(bone), knokkel(knuckle), knekel(bone (of a dead person)), English knuckle, Danish kno and Swedish knoge (both “knuckle”).

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Knochen m (genitive Knochens, plural Knochen)

  1. bone

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