Niete

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PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From early modern Dutch niet ‎(nothing). Compare contemporary niets.

NounEdit

Niete f ‎(genitive Niete, plural Nieten)

  1. blank, dud (lottery ticket that does not give a payout)
  2. loser; good-for-nothing

Etymology 2Edit

From Middle High German niet, niete ‎(hammered nail).

Alternative formsEdit

  • Niet m (less common; technical)

NounEdit

Niete f ‎(genitive Niete, plural Nieten)

  1. rivet

DeclensionEdit

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