Maser

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See also: maser, MASER, masér, and måser

German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German maser, from Old High German masar, from Proto-Germanic *masuraz(veined wood).

Noun[edit]

Maser f (genitive Maser, plural Masern)

  1. knot (bright excrescence on the trunk of a tree)

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