Rüde

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From Middle High German rüde, rüd, from Old High German rudio. Cognate to Dutch reu, probably also to Low German Rühe (dog).

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Rüde m (genitive Rüden, plural Rüden)

  1. dog (male dog, wolf or fox, as opposed to a bitch (often attributive), also used for certain other mammals)

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