Lager

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See also: lager, läger, låger, and Läger

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From Old High German legar, from Proto-Germanic *legrą. Cognate with Danish lejr, Norwegian Bokmål leir, Gothic 𐌻𐌹𐌲𐍂𐍃 (ligrs), English lair, Swedish läger (place to sleep/camp) and lager (storage/stock).

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Lager n (genitive Lagers, plural Lager or Läger)

  1. storage, depot
  2. camp
  3. bearing (mechanical device)
  4. Short for Lagerbier; lager (beer of low fermentation)

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