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See also: sahne
From Early New High German sane, from Middle High German sāne, from Old High German saïne, borrowing from Old French saime, from saïm, from Vulgar Latin *sagīmen or *sagīnum, both from Classical Latin sagīna.
Sahne f (genitive Sahne, no plural)
- cream (milkfat)
Declension of Sahne (uncountable)
- Creme (“cream” in the sense of “frosting”)
- Sahne in Duden online