Krieg

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From Middle High German kriec, from Old High German krieg, a dialectal form of krig, both from Proto-Germanic *krē₂gaz. Cognate with Low German Krig and Dutch krijg.

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Krieg m (genitive Kriegs or Krieges, plural Kriege)

  1. war

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Low German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German krīch, from Old Saxon krīg, from Proto-Germanic *krē₂gaz. Cognate with German Krieg, Dutch krijg and Frisian kriich.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /kɾi(ː)ç/, /kɾi(ː)x/

Noun[edit]

Krieg m (plural Kriegen)

  1. war

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