Behuf

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German behuof, from Old High German *bihuof, from Proto-Germanic *bihōfą (behoof, profit, need). Cognate with Old High German bihuobida (need), Middle Low German behōf (behoof, advantage), Dutch behoefte (need), English behoof (advantage, benefit, need). More at behoof.

Noun[edit]

Behuf m (genitive Behufs, plural Behufe)

  1. (archaic) behoof, purpose, need

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