lässig

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Etymology[edit]

From an older word lass, laß ‎(languid, slothful, idle, weary), from Old High German laz ‎(slow, sluggish), from Proto-Germanic *lataz ‎(slow, weary), from Proto-Indo-European *lad- ‎(slow, weary). Akin to Old English læt ‎(slow, slack, lax, late) (English late), Gothic 𐌻𐌰𐍄𐍃 ‎(lats, sluggish, weary), Latin lassus ‎(tired). More at late.

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Adjective[edit]

lässig ‎(comparative lässiger, superlative am lässigsten)

  1. casual, easy-going
  2. (colloquial) cool, awesome

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