Sünder

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See also: sunder, sûnder, and sunđer

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From Middle High German sünder, sündære, sündāre, suntære, suntāre, from Old High German suntāri, from Proto-Germanic *sundārijaz, equivalent to Sünde +‎ -er. More at sinner.

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Sünder m ‎(genitive Sünders, plural Sünder, feminine Sünderin)

  1. sinner

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