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See also: klang and kläng

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German klanc, from Old High German klang, clanch. Related to klingen.

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NounEdit

Klang m (genitive Klangs or Klanges, plural Klänge)

  1. sound, tone
    • 1960, Marie Luise Kaschnitz, ‘Gespenster’:
      Der Klang ihrer Stimme war weich und süß und gab mir ein merkwürdiges Gefühl.
      The sound of her voice was soft and sweet, and gave me a strange feeling.
  2. tune, melody
  3. reputation

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Klang

  1. Alternative form of Kelang