Other Word Forms of Plaque
Origin of Plaque
Borrowing from French plaque, derivative of plaquer (“to plate"), from Middle Dutch placken (“to patch, beat metal into a thin plate"), from placke (“disk, patch, stain"), from Old Dutch *plagga (“patch"), from Proto-Germanic *plaggÄ… (“patch"). Cognate with Middle Low German placke, plagge (“small stain, scraps, rags, thin grass"), German Placken (“spot, patch"), Eastern Frisian plak, plakke (“a blow, slap"), Swedish plagg (“clothing, garment"). See plack.
French from Old French metal plate perhaps from Middle Dutch placke disk, patch
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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