1.
to lure, bait, make come
(Usually used in combination with a direction. Otherwise, you'd use "anlocken".)
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2.
to curl
(For hair. Often used reflexively when the hair curls up by itself.)
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Word of the Day - "locken"

A quick look at the meaning of the verb "locken", what it has to do with curls and which Greek philosopher invented swag.

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locken, verlockend, die Locke, locker, auflockern


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