See also: flur

GermanEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old High German fluor, from Proto-Germanic *flōraz (compare Old English flōr, modern English floor, Dutch vloer).

NounEdit

Flur m (genitive Flurs, plural Flure)

  1. floor
    sie wohnen auf dem gleichen Flur
    they live on the same floor
  2. a hall, hallway, corridor in a building
    wir warten im Flur
    we're waiting in the hallway
Derived termsEdit
  • Hausflur m

Etymology 2Edit

From Middle High German vluor, from Old High German fluor.

NounEdit

Flur f (genitive Flur, plural Fluren)

  1. farmland; field or lea, heath
    durch Wald und Flur
    through forest and field
Derived termsEdit
  • Flurhüter m, Flurwächter m
  • Flurzwang m
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