- (US) IPA(key): /ɡəˈmytlɪç/, (anglicized) IPA(key): /ɡəˈmutlɪk/
- (Received Pronunciation) enPR: gəmütʹlĭĸʜ, IPA(key): /ɡəˈmyːtlɪç/
- Comfortable, cosy, cozy, pleasant.
- 1972, Robertson Davies, The Manticore:
- Judy told me of its charms because its gemütlich, nineteenth-century naïveté appealed strongly to her; either she was innocent in her tastes or else sophisticated in seeing in this humble little work delights and possibilities the other girls missed.
- 2001 November 25, Hilton Als, “Unhappy Endings”, in The New Yorker:
- For several years, the center of her world has been the gemütlich studio of her Eastern European piano teacher, Mr. Bilderbach, and his wife, Anna.
- Friendly, genial, cheerful, easy-going.
- 1997 January 26, Judith Miller, “FILM: Making Money Abroad, And Also a Few Enemies”, in New York Times, New York:
- The censors cut one in which Judd Hirsch, who plays Mr. Goldblum's gemutlich, Yiddish-spouting father,
- “Oxford English Dictionary, second edition (1989)
Pronounced: /ɡəˈmyːtlɪç/; etymology: [G.]. ” listed in the
- “gemütlich”, in Merriam–Webster Online Dictionary
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