brötchen

noun bröt·chen \ˈbrœ̅tḵən\

Definition of brötchen

plural

-s

  1. :  roll 2d(1)

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Origin and Etymology of brötchen

German, from bröt- (from brot bread, from Old High German brōt) + -chen, diminutive suffix, from Middle High German -chīn; akin to Middle Dutch -kijn, diminutive suffix — more at bread, -kin


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