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Middle English elk, from Old English eolh or Old Norse elgr, both from Proto-Germanic *elkhaz, from Proto-Indo-European *h1elh1ḗn, -nós (cf. Welsh elain 'stag', Latin alcēs 'elk', Tocharian yäl/ylem 'antelope', Lithuanian élnis, OSl jelenĭ, Ancient Greek élaphos, Old Armenian [[եղն#Patrono:Xcl|եղն]] (ełn), stag, deer), Sanskrit ṛśyas 'male antelope').

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Elk

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elk or archaic, elks

Elk (plural elk or archaic, elks)
  1. Patrono:North American The common wapiti (Cervus canadensis); the second largest member of the deer family, smaller only than a moose. Elk never have flat antlers (like moose do.)
  2. (British) The largest member of the deer family (Alces alces); a moose.

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Elk

  1. each
  2. everyone
    Melk is goed voor elk.

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