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In all Germanic branches except German: ook s.v. means "and, further", as in Dutch and Old English, which are closely related to Low German. This makes no sense here. The polysemous conjunction/adverb auch "as well" may be read as intensifier. Compare "Zum Teufel noch eins", "auch noch", over the more frequently bare &...


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"Ich jucke mich" is not part of standard German! The German verb jucken translates to to itch in English, and it means to cause an irritation on your skin, which causes the need to scratch. Clothes made from harsh fabrics can jucken. An insect sting can jucken. And the tiny weals that you get when touched stinging-nettles or a jellyfish can jucken ...


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