Mundart

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Mund (mouth) +‎ Art (nature, character), already used by Justus-Georgius Schottelius or Justus Georg Schottel in his grammars (1641, 1663) and by Philippus Caesius (1641). Cognate to Dutch mondaard and Low German Mundort, Mundaart.

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Mundart f (genitive Mundart, plural Mundarten)

  1. dialect, idiom, patois, vernacular

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