Lauch

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German loch, from Old High German louh, from Proto-Germanic *laukaz. Compare Low German Look, look, Dutch look, English leek, Danish løg, Swedish lök.

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Noun[edit]

Lauch m (genitive Lauches or Lauchs, plural Lauche)

  1. leek

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  • The synonomous term Porree is dominant in northern and central Germany, while Lauch is dominant in southern Germany and Switzerland; in Austria, neither is dominant.

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