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Etymology 1Edit

From late Middle High German twarc, from a West Slavic language (compare Polish twaróg), from Proto-Slavic *tvarogъ. Cognate to German Low German Dwarg.

 
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NounEdit

Quark m (genitive Quarks or Quarkes, no plural)

  1. quark (cheese)
  2. (informal) rubbish, nonsense, baloney
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Etymology 2Edit

From English quark.

NounEdit

Quark n (genitive Quarks, plural Quarks)

  1. a quark (particle)
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