See also: sud, suď, súd, süd, Süd, suð, sud-, and súð

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  • (file)

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Sud m

  1. South

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German sut, from Old High German *sut, from Proto-Germanic *sudą (brew, soup); related to sieden (to boil). Cognate with Old English ġesod (cooking, boiling, seething), Old Frisian soth (cooking, boiling), Danish sod, Icelandic soð.

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NounEdit

Sud m (genitive Sudes or Suds, plural Sude)

  1. stock, broth, brew

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ReferencesEdit

  • Sud in Duden online