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Zettel

GermanEdit

ein Zettel.

EtymologyEdit

Early Modern High German also zeddel, zedel, from Middle High German zedele, zedel, a loan from Italian cedola, via Medieval Latin cedula, schedula from Latin scheda, scida (strip of papyrus), ultimately from Ancient Greek σχίδη (skhídē, splinter, fragment).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈtsɛtəl/, [ˈtsɛtl̩]
  • Hyphenation: Zet‧tel

NounEdit

Zettel m (genitive Zettels, plural Zettel)

  1. piece of paper, note written on a small piece of paper
  2. collection of remarks, epitome

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