sakk-matt

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Hungarian[edit]

sakk-matt

Etymology[edit]

Utimately from Persian شاه مات (shāh māt, the king is defeated). Borrowed through German Schachmatt (checkmate).

Pronunciation[edit]

Interjection[edit]

sakk-matt

  1. checkmate

Noun[edit]

sakk-matt

  1. checkmate

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