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Luck: ORIGIN late Middle English (as a verb): perhaps from Middle Low German or Middle Dutch lucken. The noun use (late 15th cent.) is from Middle Low German lucke, related to Dutch geluk,German Glück, of West Germanic origin and possibly related to lock1.
Search: ORIGIN Middle English: from Old French cerchier (verb), from late Latin circare ‘go around,’ from Latin circus ‘circle.’