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EtymologyEdit

Old High German wuot, from Proto-Germanic *wōdaz. Compare Old English wōd (mad, raging, enraged, insane, senseless, blasphemous), English wode (mad, crazy, insane, possessed, rabid, furious, frantic), Dutch woede (anger, wrath, outrage).

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Wut f (genitive Wut, no plural)

  1. rage; fury; outrage
  2. anger; usually “strong, hateful anger” in literary German, but not necessarily in the vernacular
  3. (dated) ecstasy; frenzy

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Further readingEdit

  • Wut in Duden online