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карлик

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From Czech karel, karlík or Polish karlę, karzeł, karlik, all from Old High German karal, whence Middle High German karl (little boy) and German Kerl (young man).

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ка́рлик (kárlikm anim (genitive ка́рлика, nominative plural ка́рлики)

  1. dwarf (various senses), midget, gnome, pygmy, manikin, elf

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