See also: knecht

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German knëht, from Old High German kneht, from Proto-Germanic *knehtaz. Compare Dutch knecht, English knight, Danish knægt, Swedish knekt.

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Knecht m ‎(genitive Knechts or Knechtes, plural Knechte)

  1. male servant, especially on a farm
  2. labourer
  3. menial

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