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First used in 1963 by one of the theorists who postulated the existence of quarks, Murray Gell-Mann. Gell-Mann coined the name for these new particles. The literary connection to James Joyce's Finnegans Wake was asserted later; see the Quark Wikipedia article.

Catalan

Borrowed from English quark.

Dutch

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French

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Galician

Borrowed from English quark.

Italian

Borrowed from English quark.

Portuguese

Borrowed from English quark.

Spanish

Borrowed from English quark.