prætt

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *prattuz ‎(boastful talk; deceit, cunning, trick). Cognate with Middle Dutch perte ‎(trick, stratagem), Old West Norse prettr (Norwegian prette ‎(trick)).

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prætt m

  1. trick, prank, practical joke

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