verwunden

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /fərˈvʊn.dən/, [fɐˈvʊn.dn̩], [-ˈʋʊn-], [-dən], /fɛr-/, [fɛɐ̯-]
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  • Hyphenation: ver‧wun‧den

Etymology 1[edit]

From ver- +‎ wunden. The obsolete simplex is from Middle High German wunden, from Old High German wuntōn, from Proto-Germanic *wundōną. Cognate with Dutch wonden, verwonden, English wound.

Verb[edit]

verwunden (third-person singular simple present verwundet, past tense verwundete, past participle verwundet, auxiliary haben)

  1. (often military) to wound (hurt by piercing the skin, especially with a weapon)
  2. (figurative, poetic) to wound (cause extreme emotional pain)
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Verb[edit]

verwunden

  1. past participle of verwinden

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