Kunde

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See also: kunde and -kunde

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈkʊndə/, [ˈkʰʊndə]
  • (file)

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle High German kunde, from Old High German cundo, from Proto-West Germanic *kunþō. Cognate with Old English cūþa and Middle Dutch konde (acquaintance, friend).

Noun[edit]

Kunde m (weak, genitive Kunden, plural Kunden, feminine Kundin)

  1. customer, patron, punter, client
    Antonyms: Dienstleister, Lieferant, Verkäufer
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Etymology 2[edit]

Abstract noun of the verb künden (to tell, announce, declare)

Noun[edit]

Kunde f (genitive Kunde, no plural)

  1. (higher register) tidings, news
  2. (in compounds) -ology (e.g. Werkstoffkunde = materials techn-ology), see -kunde
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Noun[edit]

Kunde

  1. plural of Kund (client)