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Molch

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EtymologyEdit

Alteration (-ch due to Lurch) of Middle High German mol, molle, from Old High German mol, mol(l)o, from Proto-Germanic *mulô, from Proto-Indo-European *molh₂-o- (compare Lithuanian mul̃vas ‘yellow, clayey’, Latin mulleus ‘ruddy (shoes)’, Sanskrit mála ‘dirt’), from *melh₂- ‘dark color’.[1] More at malen.

NounEdit

Molch m (genitive Molchs or Molches, plural Molche)

  1. newt

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Wolfgang Pfeifer, ed., Etymologisches Wörterbuch des Deutschen, s.v. “Molch” (Munich: Deutscher Taschenbucher Vertrag, 2005).

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