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NounEdit

schaal

  1. water

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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Dutch scale, from Proto-Germanic *skalō. Cognate with German Schale (shell). Compare also Dutch schil, English shell.

NounEdit

schaal f (plural schalen, diminutive schaaltje n)

  1. shell (of an egg or a nut)

Etymology 2Edit

 
Een fruitschaal.
A fruit bowl.

From Middle Dutch scale, from Proto-Germanic *skēlō. Cognate with German Schale (bowl).

NounEdit

schaal f (plural schalen, diminutive schaaltje n)

  1. shallow bowl

Derived termsEdit

Etymology 3Edit

 
De schaal van een kaart staat meestal onder de legenda.
The scale of a map is found mostly under the legend.

From Latin scāla. The earlier borrowing Middle Dutch scale (ladder) had become very rare or was even lost entirely in early modern Dutch, implying that it was later reintroduced in the contemporary sense via German Skala and/or English scale.

NounEdit

schaal f (plural schalen, diminutive schaaltje n)

  1. scale (e.g. for measuring)

Derived termsEdit