Kampf

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German kampf, from Old High German kampf, from Latin campus. The word originally means “field”, but early on developed the sense “fight” in High German. This is a denotation of the event by the location where it takes place.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /kam(p)f/, [kampf], [kamf]

Noun[edit]

Kampf m ‎(genitive Kampfes or Kampfs, plural Kämpfe)

  1. fight, struggle

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