nihilisme

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Nihilismus, itself from Latin nihil (nil, nothing) + German -ismus '-ism', coined in 1817 by German philosopher Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi, but repeatedly 'reinvented'.

Noun[edit]

nihilisme n (plural nihilismes or nihilismes, diminutive nihilismethe n)

  1. nihilism
  2. (also capitalized: Nihilisme) Nihilism

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Nihilismus, itself from Latin nihil (nil, nothing) + German -ismus '-ism', coined in 1817 by German philosopher Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi, but repeatedly 'reinvented'.

Noun[edit]

nihilisme m (plural nihilismes)

  1. nihilism

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