See also: kante

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EtymologyEdit

Via Middle Low German kant, kante from Middle Dutch kant, itself from Latin canthus (tire, edge of a wheel), from Gaulish *cantos, from Proto-Celtic *kantos (corner, rim). The Latin spelling is influenced by Ancient Greek κανθός (kanthós, corner of the eye, tire, etc.).

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Kante f (genitive Kante, plural Kanten)

  1. edge (sharp boundary line)
  2. (graph theory) edge

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  • Kante” in Duden online