duister

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From Middle Dutch duuster, from Old Dutch *thiustri (dark, obscure), from Proto-Germanic *þiustrijaz (dark, without light). Cognate with Middle Low German dǖster (dark) (whence German düster), Eastern Frisian tjuster (dark), Old English þīestre (dark, gloomy).

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duister (comparative duisterder, superlative duisterst)

  1. dark, obscure

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