kühl

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From Old High German kuoli, from Proto-Germanic *kōluz, *kōlaz, from Proto-Indo-European *gel-. Cognate with Dutch koel, English cool.

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kühl ‎(comparative kühler, superlative am kühlsten)

  1. cold, chilly; the physical perception of something (objects, weather, body etc.) to have a low temperature
  2. calm, restrained, passionless
  3. cold, frigid (especially when referring to emotions)

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