Teller

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See also: teller and tełłer

German[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German teller, teler, telier, from Late Latin taliare, from Latin tālea. Related to Polish talerz and Czech talíř (both borrowed from Middle High German talier). Alternatively possibly ultimately from Proto-Germanic *taljaną(to count).

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Teller m ‎(genitive Tellers, plural Teller)

  1. plate, dish

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German Low German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German teller (tellor, tallior), from Middle French tailloir, ultimately from Latin talea.

Noun[edit]

Teller m (plural Tellers)

  1. plate; dinner plate