Traube

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German trūbe, from Old High German drūbo, thrūbo, from Proto-Germanic *þrūbô ‎(grape). Cognate with Dutch druif.

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Traube f ‎(genitive Traube, plural Trauben, diminutive Träubchen n)

  1. grape
  2. bunch of grapes
  3. a large number (of people)
  4. (botany) raceme

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