German Low German Edit

Etymology Edit

From Middle Low German vlît, from Old Saxon flīt, from Proto-West Germanic *flīt, from Proto-Germanic *flītaz, of unknown ultimate origin. Compare German Fleiß (diligence); also possibly related to Welsh llwydd (success).

Noun Edit

Fliet m (no plural)

  1. zeal
  2. diligence

Plautdietsch Edit

Noun Edit

Fliet f

  1. diligence combined with effort

Saterland Frisian Edit

Etymology Edit

From Old Frisian flīt, from Proto-West Germanic *flīt, from Proto-Germanic *flītaz, *flītiz (diligence, effort).

Noun Edit

Fliet m

  1. zeal
  2. diligence