ergens

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch ergens, ergent, ergen, irgen, from Old Dutch *iergin, *iowergin, from Proto-Germanic *euhwargin. Cognate with Old Saxon hwergin (> Middle Low German ergent, ergens), Old High German hwergin, iowergin (> Middle High German iergen, > German irgend), Old English hwerġen, Old Norse hvargi.

Adverb[edit]

ergens

  1. somewhere
  2. As part of a pronominal adverb, something (= iets).
    Als Duitsers ergens goed in zijn, dan is het wel kerstmarkten organiseren!
    If the Germans are good at something, it's organising Christmas markets!

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