Schelm

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German[edit]

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From Old High German, cognate with Old Norse skelmir (rogue, devil), whence Danish skælm (rogue), skjelm.

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Schelm m (genitive Schelms or Schelmes, plural Schelme)

  1. imp, rogue, prankster

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