Tiegel

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German tigel, tegel, from Old High German tegel, tegal (earthen vessel), from Proto-Germanic *digulaz, of uncertain origin. Cognate with Dutch degel (kettle, boiler, urn), Danish digel (crucible), Swedish degel (crucible), Icelandic deigla (melting pot; crucible).

Noun[edit]

Tiegel m (genitive Tiegels, plural Tiegel)

  1. crucible

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