Sauerkraut

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

sauer (sour) +‎ Kraut (cabbage). The sense “cabbage” in the word Kraut is southern German. Sauerkraut is not a traditional term in northern and central Germany, but has now become predominant in these areas, too.

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Sauerkraut n (genitive Sauerkrauts, no plural)

  1. sauerkraut

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