dumpf

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German[edit]

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Gradation from Middle High German dimpfen (to smoke, fume); possibly ultimately from the same source as English dank.

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dumpf (comparative dumpfer, superlative am dumpfesten)

  1. dull
  2. hollow, muffled, dead (sound)
  3. vague
  4. musty, stifling (atmosphere)
  5. nagging (pain)

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