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guetter

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EtymologyEdit

From Old French gaitier, guaitier, from Old Frankish *wahtōn, *wahtjan (to watch, guard), derivative of *wahta (guard, watch), from Proto-Germanic *wahtwō (guard, watch), from Proto-Indo-European *weǵ- (to be fresh, cheerful, awake). Compare English wait, ultimately from the same origin through an Anglo-Norman/Old Northern French variant.

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guetter

  1. (transitive) to watch (intently), watch for, be on the lookout for

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