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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *sulhs(plough), from Proto-Indo-European *selke-(to drag, to furrow). Cognate with Latin sulcus.

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sulh f

  1. plough (implement)
  2. plough, ploughland (measure of land)
  3. furrow; gully

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