feucht

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German viuchte, from Old High German fūht, from Proto-West Germanic *fų̄ht, from Proto-Germanic *funhtijaz (humid, wet, damp). Cognate with the Dutch noun vocht (liquid; dampness).

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  • IPA(key): /fɔʏ̯çt/
  • (file)

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feucht (comparative feuchter, superlative am feuchtesten)

  1. wet, humid, moist, soggy, dank
  2. (slang, vulgar) (of women) Sexually aroused and thus having the vulva moistened with vaginal secretions.
    Synonyms: geil, nass
    Ich bin schon ganz feucht.I am so wet already.

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feucht

  1. (South Scots) simple past tense of fecht