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Aarhus

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From Danish Aarhus.

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Aarhus

  1. A city and port in Denmark, in East Jutland. The second-largest city in Denmark.

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From Old Danish and Old Norse. The suffix -hus was originally -os (river mouth), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁éh₃(o)s (mouth) and it is related to Icelandic ós (river mouth) and Latin os (mouth). Aar- is originally an old genitive ār of Modern Danish å (small river). That word stems from Proto-Germanic *ahwō and Proto-Indo-European *h₂ekʷeh₂ (water).

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Aarhus

  1. Alternative form of Århus

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Aarhus

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From Danish Aarhus.

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Aarhus m (indeclinable)

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