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łańcuch

EtymologyEdit

From Old Czech lancúh, from an unattested compound of Middle High German lanne (chain) and Middle High German zug (tug, pull), the former being from Old High German lanna (metal sheet, platelet; chain), from Vulgar Latin lanna from Latin lāmina (sheet especially of metal), the latter from the well-known Proto-Germanic *tugiz (tug, pull).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈwaɲ.t͡sux/
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NounEdit

łańcuch m inan (diminutive łańcuszek)

  1. chain (a series of interconnected rings or links)
  2. (mathematics) chain
  3. (computer science) string

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