See also: clan and član

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from English clan, from Irish clann (offspring, children of the family) and Scottish Gaelic clann, both from Old Irish cland, borrowed from Old Welsh plant, itself borrowed from Latin planta (shoot, offspring). Doublet of Pflanze.

Pronunciation edit

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  • Rhymes: -aːn

Noun edit

Clan m (strong, genitive Clans, plural Clans)

  1. clan
    Synonyms: Dynastie, Sippe

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Further reading edit

  • Clan” in Duden online