fahlerz

noun fahl·erz \ˈfäˌlerts\
variants: less commonly

fahlore

\-lō(ə)r\

Definition of fahlerz

plural

fahlerze

\-tsə\ also

fahlores

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Origin and Etymology of fahlerz

fahlerz from German, from fahl + erz ore, from Old High German aruz, aruzzi; akin to Old Saxon arut ore, Old Norse örtog, a small coin; all probably of non-Indo-European origin; akin to Sumerian urud copper; fahlore partial translation of German fahlerz


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