brok

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See also: brók

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch broc(broken piece), from Old Dutch *bruk, from Proto-Germanic *brukka-. Akin to Middle Dutch bricke(broken piece; tile), English brick, Middle English brike(ruin). See also breken(to break).

Noun[edit]

brok m, n (plural brokken, diminutive brokje n)

  1. scrap
  2. chunk

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