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Planke

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From Middle High German (Central German) and Middle Low German planke, both via northern dialects of Old French ultimately from Late Latin planca, whence also English plank, French planche, Dutch plank.

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Planke f (genitive Planke, plural Planken)

  1. plank (big or thick board of wood)

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