Rest

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See also: rest, REST, rešt, rest., and Rest.

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Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowed from Italian resto, from restare (to remain), from Latin restō.

Noun[edit]

Rest m (strong, genitive Restes or Rests, plural Reste, diminutive Restchen n)

  1. rest, remainder, remnant
    • 1919, Walther Kabel, Irrende Seelen, Werner Dietsch Verlag, page 41:
      Die kleine Stutzuhr auf dem Kamin, ein letzter Rest der Habe meiner Eltern, schlug zehn.
      The small bracket clock on the chimney, a last remnant of the belongings of my parents, chimed ten.
  2. (chemistry) radical
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Descendants[edit]

  • Kashubian: reszta
  • Masurian: resta
  • Polish: reszta, resta
  • Silesian: reszta

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Proper noun[edit]

Rest m or f (proper noun, surname, masculine genitive Rests or (with an article) Rest, feminine genitive Rest, plural Rests)

  1. a surname

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Hunsrik[edit]

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Rest m (plural Rester)

  1. remainder, remnant

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