Witz

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Etymology[edit]

Old High German wizzi, originally *witti (akin to Old Saxon wit), from Proto-Germanic *witją from Proto-Indo-European *weyd-, *wid- (see, know). Cognate to English wit; see there for further cognates and discussion.

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Witz m (genitive Witzes, plural Witze)

  1. wit
  2. joke
  3. humor

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