From Middle High German gehœre f, from Old High German *gihōra f (attested as acc. sg. kehorun); equivalent to ge- + hören. Compare Dutch gehoor. An originally more common formation was Middle High German gehœrde f, n, from Old High German gihōrida f. The latter is cognate with Old Dutch *gehōrtha (attested as gehortoir, scribal error for dat. sg. gehorton), Old Saxon gihōritha.
- hearing (sense or faculty of perceiving and interpreting sound)
- (in certain constructions) attention; being heard; being listened to
- sich Gehör verschaffen ― to make oneself heard
- Gehör finden ― to be heard, to be appreciated (opinion, idea etc.)
- Norwegian Bokmål: gehør
- “Gehör” in Duden online