Krawall

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Origin uncertain. Perhaps borrowed from Middle Latin charavallium (noise and clamor at a wedding), or Old French's chalivali, charivari (French charivari), from Greek karēbaría (καρηβαρία), meaning 'heaviness of the head, dizziness, headache'.

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Krawall m ‎(genitive Krawalls or Krawalles, plural Krawalle)

  1. riot

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