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Wut

See also: wut

GermanEdit

EtymologyEdit

Old High German wuot, compare Old English wōd (mad, raging, enraged, insane, senseless, blasphemous), English wode (mad, crazy, insane, possessed, rabid, furious, frantic), Dutch woede (anger, wrath, outrage).

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NounEdit

Wut f (genitive Wut, no plural)

  1. rage
  2. savageness

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External linksEdit

  • Wut in Duden online