Wecken

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle High German wecke, from Old High German wecki, weggi (wedge; wedge-shaped baked good), from Proto-Germanic *wagjaz (wedge). Cognate with Dutch wig (wedge), English wedge; also Lithuanian vãgis (hook, peg).

Noun[edit]

Wecken m (genitive Weckens, plural Wecken)

  1. (southern Germany, Austria) an oblong wheat roll
  2. (Austria) oblong wheat bread
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Etymology 2[edit]

From wecken.

Noun[edit]

Wecken n (genitive Weckens, no plural)

  1. gerund of wecken (the act of waking)
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Wecken

  1. plural of Wecke