See also: team

English Edit

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Etymology Edit

Possibly of Brythonic origin, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European but the exact root is unclear, with suggestions including *temH- (dark), *temh₁- (to cut), and *teh₂- (to melt, flow).

Proper noun Edit


  1. A river in the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England, which flows into the River Tyne. It has other names further upstream in County Durham.

References Edit

  • James, Alan G. "A Guide to the Place-Name Evidence - Guide to the Elements" (PDF). Scottish Place Name Society - The Brittonic Language in the Old North.

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German Edit

Etymology Edit

Ca. 1900, from English team. Doublet of Zaum.

Pronunciation Edit

  • IPA(key): /tiːm/
  • (file)

Noun Edit

Team n (strong, genitive Teams, plural Teams)

  1. (sports) team
    Synonyms: Mannschaft, Truppe
    • 2010, Der Spiegel[1], number 5/2010, page 101:
      Ein 20-köpfiges Team von Top-Bergsteigern aus Nepal will sich Ende April auf den Weg in die Gipfelregion des Mount Everest machen […]
      A team of 20 top mountain climbers from Nepal wants to head to the summit region of Mount Everest at the end of April, […]
  2. (work) team
    1. group of people working together for a particular project
      Synonym: Arbeitsgruppe
    2. staff, personnel
      Synonyms: Personal, Belegschaft

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Further reading Edit

  • Team” in Duden online
  • Team” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache