New High German

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New High German

  1. The modern form of the German language, successor to Middle High German.

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  • German (in non-technical contexts)

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New High German (not comparable)

  1. Of or relating to New High German.
    • 1995, Ilse Middendorf, The Perceptible Breath: A Breathing Science (Preface); in: Don Hanlon Johnson (ed.), Bone, Breath & Gesture: Practices of Embodiment, page 75:
      The history of the New High German word Körper (corpus) starts with its Middle High German borrowing from the Latin word corpus, body flesh, corpse, shadow (of a dead person), trunk, belly, person, nature, and others, and leads over the years to the latest form.

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