schuif

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Germanic: the noun is from Middle Dutch scuuf, from schuiven 'to shift, shove', cognate with both, German schieben etc.

Noun[edit]

schuif c (plural schuiven, diminutive schuifje n)

  1. A drawer
  2. A bolt, to lock a door etc.
  3. A slide, moving or moveable
  4. A shove
  5. Something shoven; a portion of sorts
  6. (slang) mouth

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Verb[edit]

schuif

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