läger

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See also: lager and Lager

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From Old Norse legr, from Proto-Germanic *legrą, from Proto-Indo-European *legʰ- (to be situated, lie). Related to ligga (to lie) and lägga (to lay), like German Lager.

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läger n

  1. a (sleeping) quarter, a camp

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