Kellner

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German kelnære, from Old High German kelnere, from Medieval Latin cellenarius ((wine) cellar administrator), from Late Latin cellārium (pantry), with influence of Keller.

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Kellner m (genitive Kellners, plural Kellner, feminine Kellnerin)

  1. waiter [from 18th c.] (male or of unspecified sex)
    Synonyms: Ober

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