ceahhettan

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *kahhatjaną ‎(to laugh loudly, cackle), probably from Proto-Germanic *kahwō ‎(jackdaw, crow), equivalent to ceahhe ‎(jackdaw) +‎ -ettan. Cognate with Old High German kahhezzen ‎(to laugh loudly, cackle).

Verb[edit]

ceahhettan

  1. to laugh loudly; laugh loud or in a cackling manner.

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