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EtymologyEdit

From Old High German snīdan (compare German schneiden), from Proto-Germanic *snīþaną (to cut) (compare Dutch snijden (to cut, carve, intersect), English snithe (to cut), Swedish snida (to carve, engrave), Icelandic sníða (to trim, tailor)), from Proto-Indo-European *sneit- (to cut).

VerbEdit

שנײַדן (shnaydn) (past participle געשניטן(geshnitn))

  1. to cut

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