Fleck
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Fleck
See also: fleck, fléck, and Fléck

English

Proper noun

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Fleck

  1. A surname​.

German

Etymology

From Middle High German vlëc, from Old High German flec, flek, from Proto-Germanic *flekka- ("spot, mark"). Cognate with Dutch vlek, English fleck.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /fl?k/
  • (file)

Noun

Fleck m (genitive Flecks, plural Flecke or Flecken, diminutive Fleckchen n)

  1. stain, spot, blot, fleck, smear
  2. corner, spot (part or region)
  3. (now archaic, regional) shred, flap, flake, fleck

Usage notes

  • Flecken is originally the plural of another singular (der) Flecken, but it is now commonly used as a plural of Fleck and is even predominant at least in some regions.

Hyponyms

Derived terms

Descendants

  • -> Czech: flek ("spot")
  • -> Polish: flak ("tripe")
    • -> Russian: (fljáki, "tripe soup")
    • -> Rusyn: (fljak?, "tripe soup")
    • -> Ukrainian: (fljáky, "tripe soup"), (xljáky, "tripe soup"), (?ljá?i, "tripe soup")
  • -> Serbo-Croatian:
    • Cyrillic: ("tripe soup")
    • Latin: filèki ("tripe soup")
  • -> Serbo-Croatian:
    • Cyrillic: ("spot")
    • Latin: fl?ka ("spot")
  • -> Slovak: f?ak ("spot")
  • -> Slovene: fileki ("tripe soup")

Proper noun

Fleck m or f (genitive Flecks)

  1. A surname​.

Further reading


Luxembourgish

Etymology

From Middle High German vlec, from Old High German flec. Cognate with German Fleck, Dutch vlek, English fleck, Swedish fläck.

Pronunciation

Noun

Fleck m (plural Flecken)

  1. spot, stain
  2. patch, spot, area

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