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kultur

See also: Kultur, kültür, kultûr, and kultür

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EtymologyEdit

From German Kultur, from Latin cultūra, whence also English culture.

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kultur (uncountable)

  1. German culture or civilization, especially seen as authoritarian or racist during the period of world wars (1914-18 and 1939-45)
    • 1963: so much rot spoken about their inferior kultur-position and our herrenschaft – but that was for the Kaiser and the businessmen at home — Thomas Pynchon, V.

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin cultura, from colere (cultivate, nurture).

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NounEdit

kultur m (definite singular kulturen, indefinite plural kulturer, definite plural kulturene)

  1. culture

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

Norwegian Nynorsk Wikipedia has an article on:

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin cultura, from colere (cultivate, nurture).

NounEdit

kultur m (definite singular kulturen, indefinite plural kulturar, definite plural kulturane)

  1. culture

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SwedishEdit

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kultur c

  1. culture, cultivation (biological life growing under human control, the opposite of nature)
  2. culture, spiritual cultivation: habits, traditions, religion, knowledge, language, education (characterizing human life)
  3. arts, cultural affairs, endowments

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