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Central FranconianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Immediately comparable with Dutch blak (bald; flat) and thus possibly an unshifted form. Further probably related with Dutch blaken (to glow, blaze), and hence with the root of English bleak, blank.

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AdjectiveEdit

bläck (masculine bläcke, feminine bläck, comparative bläcker, superlative et bläckste)

  1. (chiefly Ripuarian) bare; naked; uncovered; said of body parts, not of people
    Wat lööfs de och met bläcke Been durch der Schnie?
    For what did you run through the snow with bare legs at all?

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NounEdit

bläck n

  1. ink; pigment or dye for writing, printing etc
  2. ink; dark colored fluid ejected by certain squids and octopuses

DeclensionEdit

Declension of bläck 
Uncountable
Indefinite Definite
Nominative bläck bläcket
Genitive bläcks bläckets

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