The Alternative Dutch Dictionary: lekker

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lekker etymology From Middle Dutch lecker, derived from the verb lekken (Dutch likken). Cognate to German lecker, Afrikaans lekker, gml lecher, Norwegian lekker, Swedish läcker and Danish lækker. More at lick. pronunciation
  • /ˈlɛ.kər/
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adjective: {{nl-adj}}
  1. Having a nice taste, tasty, delectable. Het eten is weer lekker vandaag, mam! — The dinner is tasty again today, mum!
  2. Good, nice, pleasant in a more generic sense. Lekker weertje! — Nice weather!
  3. (colloquial) Hot, sexy, physically attractive. Hij is zo'n lekker ding! — He's such a hottie! Hé, lekkere meid! — Hey, sexy girl!
adjective: {{nl-adj-comp}}
  1. nl-adj form of comp
anagrams:
  • krekel

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