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Middle High German tasche, Middle Low German tasche, Middle Norse taska
There are several variations of this word. The OE krog, OE crocca, and OS kruka are cognates. The OE kruka is cognate with the English crock. Other varieties are kruka, knabe, and OFr. crock.
The word 'tasche' can be found in various languages, depending on the language. Its most common form is in the German language, which is related to Old Norse taska. In Middle High German, tasche is the same as taska, but with variations. Middle Norse taska has some interesting linguistic differences.
The word 'tasche' is a compound word. It combines two words. The first word - adverb - means 'to hold' and the second word - adjectival. Both -a and -b are onomatopeic, and the '-a' is a contraction of na.
Middle High German tasche
The word "tasche" has its roots in Middle High German. It is derived from Old High German tasca and taska, possibly from Proto-Germanic *tasko. The term was also used for a pouch or purse. The term has different meanings in different dialects. In some dialects, the word tasca is a noun that refers to both the speaker and the object. In other dialects, the word tasse refers to plate armor.
Middle High German is the predecessor of modern German. This Germanic language was spoken between 1000 and 1350. Its dialects were influenced by Upper German languages and have a rich literature. The language is still spoken today in parts of Germany.