Draht

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Etymology[edit]

From Old High German drāt, from Proto-Germanic *þrēduz, from Proto-Indo-European *treh₁-tu-, from *terh₁- (rub, twist). Compare Old Saxon thrād, Dutch draad, English thread, Norwegian, Danish and Swedish tråd, Icelandic þráður.

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Draht m (genitive Drahts or Drahtes, plural Drähte, diminutive Drähtchen n)

  1. wire

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