Komfort

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Etymology[edit]

19th century, partly from English comfort (hence the -m-), partly from French confort (hence the mute -t), both from Old French confort, from conforter, from Latin confortare.

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  • IPA(key): /kɔmˈfoːr/, [kɔmˈfoːɐ̯], [-fɔɐ̯]
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Noun[edit]

Komfort m (genitive Komforts, no plural)

  1. comfort

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