Schachmatt

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From Middle High German schāch unde mat (compare with New High German Schach und Matt and schach und matt), from Persian شاه مات ‎(šâh mât, the king is conquered).

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Schachmatt n ‎(genitive Schachmatts, plural Schachmatts)

  1. (chess) checkmate (said when making the conclusive move in chess)

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