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Blatt

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See also blad, blað, błąd, and blæd

German

Etymology

Old High German blat, originally *blad, from the Germanic root *blada- "leaf", related (via an Indo-European root) to Greek phyllon, [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] folium.

Pronunciation

Noun

Blatt n (plural Blätter)

  1. leaf, petal
  2. piece of paper
    Auf dem Blatt steht nichts darauf.
    There is nothing written on this piece of paper.
  3. the cards of a card game
    Zeig mir dein Blatt.
    Show me your cards.

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