Krätze

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See also: kratze and Kratze

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From Early New High German kretz, kratz. Derived from kratzen

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Krätze f (genitive Krätze, no plural)

  1. (pathology) scabies
  2. itch

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Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle High German kretz, from Old High German krezzo. Cognate with Dutch krat (from Middle Dutch cratte), English crate.

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Krätze f (genitive Krätze, plural Krätzen)

  1. (southern Germany) basket, pannier

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