seidel

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English[edit]

A Bavarian Seidl with a lid.

Etymology[edit]

< German Seidel (beer mug or a serving of beer of about half a liter)

Noun[edit]

seidel (plural seidels)

  1. A large beer mug or tankard, especially one with a lid.

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Seidel, from Latin situla, situlus

Noun[edit]

seidel m (definite singular seidelen, indefinite plural seidler, definite plural seidlene)

  1. a beer mug, sometimes a tankard

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Seidel, from Latin situla, situlus

Noun[edit]

seidel m (definite singular seidelen, indefinite plural seidlar, definite plural seidlane)

  1. a beer mug, sometimes a tankard

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