Sprecher

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German sprecher, sprechære, from Old High German sprechāri, sprehhāri (also as sprāchāri, sprāhhāri), an alteration (with change of suffix) of Old High German sprecho, sprehho, from Proto-Germanic *sprekô (speaker), equivalent to sprechen +‎ -er. Compare English speaker.

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Sprecher m (genitive Sprechers, plural Sprecher, feminine Sprecherin)

  1. speaker (one who speaks), narrator (one who narrates), talker (one who talks), announcer (one who announces)
  2. spokesman, (male) spokesperson, representative, leader

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