Tür

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See also: tür, tur, Tur, TUR, tùr, túr, Túr, and tűr

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Via Middle High German, from Old High German turi, from Proto-Germanic *duri- *durz, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰwer-, *dʰwor- (doorway, door, gate), *dhur-. Cognate with Middle Dutch dore (Dutch deur), Old Norse dyrr (Swedish dörr, Danish dør). The Germanic word also existed in different stem-endings: *dora-, *durą (German Tor, Old English dor → English door), *duru- (Old English duru).

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Tür f (genitive Tür, plural Türen)

  1. door

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