Krüppel

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German krüppel, krüpel, borrowed from Middle Low German kröpel, from Old Saxon krupil (crippled, paralyzed), from Proto-Germanic *krupilaz. Cognate with Dutch kreupel, English cripple. See there for more.

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Krüppel m (genitive Krüppels, plural Krüppel)

  1. cripple

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