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EtymologyEdit

From Old High German sweiz, akin to Old Saxon swēt, from Proto-Germanic *swait-, from Proto-Indo-European *swoyd-(to sweat), *sweyd-. Cognate to Dutch zweet, English sweat, West Frisian swit, Danish sved, and Yiddish שוויצן(shvitsn); see sweat for more.

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Schweiß m ‎(genitive Schweißes, no plural)

  1. sweat

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