Kupfer

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German kupfer, from Old High German kupfar, from Latin cuprum, from aes cyprium.

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Kupfer n (genitive Kupfers, plural Kupfer)

  1. copper (chemical element, Cu)

(atomical number 29)

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  • (Chemical Element): Previous: Nickel. Next: Zink

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