Want

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See also: want, Wänt, wa'n't, and wan't

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Proper noun[edit]

Want

  1. A personification of want.

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch want, gewant, from Old Dutch *giwant, from Proto-Germanic *gawandą, from the root of winden.

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Noun[edit]

Want f, n (genitive Want or Wants, plural Wanten)

  1. (nautical) shroud

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Further reading[edit]

  • Want in Duden online