Schale

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See also: schale and schäle

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle High German schale, from Old High German scala, from Proto-Germanic *skalō. Cognate with Dutch schaal (shell). Also related with Dutch schil, English shell.

Noun[edit]

Schale f (genitive Schale, plural Schalen)

  1. peel; husk; shell (outer layer)
  2. shell; scallop
  3. (hunting) hoof
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle High German schāle, from Old High German scāla, from Proto-Germanic *skēlō. Cognate with Dutch schaal (bowl).

Noun[edit]

Schale f (genitive Schale, plural Schalen, diminutive Schälchen n)

  1. dish (shallow container)
  2. bowl; cup (roughly hemispherical container)
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Schale

  1. plural of Schal

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