kaiser

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See also: Kaiser, káiser, and kàiser

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Etymology[edit]

Originated 1150–1200 from German and Middle High German kaiser, from Old High German keisar, from Latin Caesar (emperor).

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kaiser (plural kaisers)

  1. Alternative form of Kaiser.
  2. A person who exercises or tries to exercise absolute authority; autocrat.

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kaiser m (plural kaisers)

  1. kaiser (emperor or the Holy Roman Empire, German Empire or the Austrian Empire)