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See also: gluck, Gluck, and glück

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German gelücke (12th century), seemingly borrowed from Old Dutch as part of the Flemish knight culture, although a very early attestation in Dutch is missing (cf. Middle Dutch gelucke, whence modern Dutch geluk). Further origin unknown; more at luck.

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Glück n (genitive Glückes or Glücks, no plural)

  1. happiness
  2. luck
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    Good luck is more dangerous than bad luck.

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