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Etymology 1Edit

Bavarian diminutive of Dirne (girl).

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

Dirndl n (genitive Dirndls, plural Dirndln)

  1. (Bavaria, Austria) girl
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Etymology 2Edit

Short form of Dirndlkleid.

NounEdit

Dirndl n (genitive Dirndls, plural Dirndl)

  1. dirndl (traditional dress in parts of Bavaria and Austria)
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Etymology 3Edit

Not attested in Middle High German. Found in Old High German as tirnboum (c.f. Alemannic German Tierlibaum), perhaps from a Slavic language, if so from Proto-Slavic *dernъ (cornel, dogwood).

NounEdit

Dirndl n (genitive Dirndls, plural Dirndln)

  1. (Austria) cornel fruit
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