Schrift

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Dutch[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /sxrɪft/
  • (file)
  • (file)

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Schrift f

  1. Bible

German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German schrift, from Old High German scrift, from Latin scriptum. Abstractum of schreiben (to write). Cognate with English script.

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Schrift f (genitive Schrift, plural Schriften)

  1. font
    Verdana ist die beste Schrift zur Bildschirmbetrachtung.
    Verdana is the best font for viewing on the computer screen.
    Synonyms: Schriftart, Font
  2. (mostly in the plural) writing (work of an author)
    Robert Oppenheimer las Lenins gesammelte Schriften während einer Zugfahrt.
    Robert Oppenheimer read the complete writings of Lenin while on a train.
    Synonyms: Text, Werk
  3. hand, handwriting (characteristic writing of a particular person)
    Synonym: Handschrift
  4. script (system of writing)
    chinesische Schrift
    Chinese script

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Hunsrik[edit]

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Schrift f (plural Schrifte)

  1. writing

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