quark etymology

English word quark comes from Proto-Slavic *-ogъ, Proto-Slavic *tvorъ, Proto-Slavic *tvьrdъ (Hard, firm, solid.), Proto-Slavic *tvrьdъ

Detailed word origin of quark

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*-ogъ Proto-Slavic (sla-pro)
*tvorъ Proto-Slavic (sla-pro)
*tvьrdъ Proto-Slavic (sla-pro) Hard, firm, solid.
*tvrьdъ Proto-Slavic (sla-pro)
тврьдъ Church Slavic (chu) Firm.
*tvarogъ Proto-Slavic (sla-pro) Quark (soft creamy cheese).
twarc Middle High German (gmh)
Quark German (deu) A quark (particle) (informal) rubbish, nonsense, baloney. Quark (cheese).
quark English (eng) A soft creamy cheese, eaten throughout northern, central, and eastern Europe, very similar to cottage cheese except that it is usually not made with rennet.

Words with the same origin as quark

Descendants of *-ogъ
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