Vësper

See also: vesper and Vesper

Alemannic GermanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German vesper, from Old High German vespera, from Latin vespera, from vesper (evening; supper), from Proto-Indo-European *wek(ʷ)speros (evening). Compare English vespers (sixth canonical hour), Ancient Greek ἕσπερος (hésperos, evening), Old Armenian գիշեր (gišer, night), Lithuanian vãkaras (evening), German West (west).

NounEdit

Vësper f

  1. (Uri, Christianity) Vespers (an afternoon Mass or service)

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