Kälte

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From Middle High German kelte, from Old High German kaltī, from Proto-Germanic *kaldį̄. Analysable as kalt +‎ -e. Cognate with Dutch kou, koude, an alteration of Middle Dutch kelde (similarly perhaps English cold).

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Kälte f (genitive Kälte, no plural)

  1. coldness; cold

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