See also: naht and näht

GermanEdit

 
Naht

EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German nāt, from Old High German nāt, from Proto-Germanic *nēdiz, derived from *nēaną (to sew), whence German nähen. Cognate with Dutch naad.

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NounEdit

Naht f (genitive Naht, plural Nähte, diminutive Nähtchen n)

  1. suture, seam

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Further readingEdit

  • Naht” in Duden online