Meanings

1.
to run onto ground
(For ships that get stuck in shallow water.)
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2.
to accrue, to pile up
(The items that pile up are doing the "auflaufen". Sounds formal and it's hard to use idiomatically.)
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Word Family

Root: *hlaupan

This is a West-Germanic root and connections beyond the Germanic branch of the Indo-European tree are not known. It’s the origin of English to leap.

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