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halse

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English

Etymology

From Old English heals, from Proto-Germanic *holsoz, from Proto-Indo-European *kolsos. Cognate with Latin collum (neck), earlier collus.

Pronunciation

Noun

Singular
halse

Plural
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  1. (archaic) The neck or throat.

Danish

Verb

halse

  1. bark
    Hunden halser: The dog is barking
  2. rush
    halse efter: rush after

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