See also: Rosten, rösten, and Rösten

GermanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German rosten, from Old High German rostēn.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈʁɔstən/, [ˈʁɔstn̩]
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rosten (third-person singular simple present rostet, past tense rostete, past participle gerostet, auxiliary haben or sein)

  1. to rust

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Middle EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Old French rostir, from Frankish *rōstijan, from Proto-Germanic *raustijaną; equivalent to roste (roast) +‎ -en.

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rosten

  1. To roast or grill; to cook over a griddle:
    1. To roast meat; to cook meat by roasting.
    2. To cook other foods by roasting.
    3. To torture with heat; to place under fire.
  2. To make warm, roasted or cooked; to scorch.
  3. (rare) To be tortured with heat.
  4. (rare) To sear or parch; to make dry or parched.

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  • English: roast
  • Scots: roast

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NounEdit

rosten

  1. definite singular of rost

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