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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Polish pułk, from Proto-Slavic *pъlkъ, probably from Proto-Germanic *fulką, and then a doublet of Volk.

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Pulk n (genitive Pulks or Pulkes, plural Pulke, diminutive Pülkchen n)

  1. an unorganized group of people, typically between ±7 and 100; a mob, but not necessarily aggressive
  2. (sports) main group of competitors in a race, e.g. of cycling or long-distance running; peloton

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Pulk f (plural Pulkia) (diminutive Pylkla)

  1. Polish woman, female Pole