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From Middle High German scharte, from Old High German scart, *scarti, from Proto-Germanic *skardą. Probably related to Indo-European *sker-a- "to cut", and thus related to German scheren. Akin to Dutch schaarde, English shard, Old Norse skarð (notch, hack) ( > Danish skår).

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Scharte f (genitive Scharte, plural Scharten)

  1. notch

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