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De : "J%ORG KNAPPEN" <KNAPPEN@ALPHA.NTP.SPRINGER.DE>
> No, in german "welsch" always means a romance language (in most
> cases french, but also italian and even romanian can fill in). Note
> also "rotwelsch".
How about Welschkorn ? Isn't it the equivalent of foreign here ? Welsch =
See also Welschbonen, Welsh in English, Walnut/Walnuß (nux gallica).
P.-S.: Välsk in Swedish is also linked to Welsch (according to Kluge's
Etymologisches Wörterbuch), but what does it mean ?
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