Ehe

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See also: ehe and èhʻè

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German ē, ēwe, from Old High German ēwa, from Proto-Germanic *aiwǭ, *aiwaz (law, custom). Cognate with Old English ǣwe, ǣw, ǣ (law, statute, custom, rite, marriage), Middle English æwe, æw, æ, ē (law; marriage).

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Ehe f (genitive Ehe, plural Ehen)

  1. marriage (state of being married; life as a married couple)

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Further reading[edit]

  • Ehe in Duden online