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wacke

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Etymology

Middle High German wacke "boulder," from Old High German waggo or wacko, yielding German Wacke, probably cognate with Old High German wegan "to move" [1]

Noun

wacke

  1. a kind of rock, boulder
  2. (alternative spelling of) wacky

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  • Notes:
  1. ^ Online Etymology Dictionary [1]

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