See also: hasse

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Etymology edit

Borrowing from German Hasse.

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  1. A surname from German.

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Etymology edit

From the Viennese dialect word hass (hot); thus literally, "a hot one".

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  • Rhymes: -asə

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Hasse f (genitive Hasse, plural Hassen)

  1. (Vienna) Synonym of Burenwurst.
    Wann i heute spazieren geh und an, an Flamo hob im Magen, an Hunger, dann sag i einfach: ‘Jetzt gemma auf a Haße’, net, und dann gehst einfach auf a Haße, net.
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Hasse c (genitive Hasses)

  1. a diminutive of the male given name Hans