onweer

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch onweder, from Old Dutch *unwedar, from Proto-Germanic *unwedrą. Equivalent to on- +‎ weer, literally "unweather". Cognate with Old English unweder, German Unwetter, Swedish oväder.

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Noun[edit]

onweer n (plural onweren, diminutive onweertje n)

  1. (often uncountable) thunderstorm

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Verb[edit]

onweer

  1. first-person singular present indicative of onweren
  2. imperative of onweren

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