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EtymologyEdit

From Old Swedish bethækkia, from Middle Low German bedecken, from Old Saxon *bithekkian, from Proto-Germanic *biþakjaną, equivalent to be- +‎ täcka. Cognate with Danish bedække, Norwegian Bokmål bedekke, Norwegian Nynorsk bedekke, bedekka, bedekkje, bedekkja, Dutch bedekken, English bethatch, German bedecken.

VerbEdit

betäcka (present betäcker, preterite betäckte, supine betäckt, imperative betäck)

  1. (of animals) cover, impregnate
  2. (dated) cover with cloth etc
  3. (dated) give cover

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