Kleid

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From Middle High German kleit, from Old High German *kleid, from Proto-Germanic *klaiþą, from Proto-Indo-European *gleyt-. Cognate with Dutch kleed, English cloth. Possibly related to klettern, Klette, Klei.

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Kleid n (genitive Kleides or Kleids, plural Kleider)

  1. dress, gown
  2. (dated or archaic) garment
  3. (in the plural, formal) clothes

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