halb-

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Proto-Germanic *halba- (half-), from *halbaz (half). Cognate with Dutch half- (half-), English half-, Swedish halv- (half-), Icelandic hálf- (half-). More at halb.

Prefix[edit]

halb-

  1. half-, semi-
    halb- + ‎voll (full) → ‎halbvoll (half full)
    halb- + ‎nackt (naked) → ‎halbnackt (half-naked)
    halb- + ‎Bruder (brother) → ‎Halbbruder (half brother)

Derived terms[edit]