gemütlich

adjective
ge·​müt·​lich | \ gə-ˈmᵫt-liḵ, -ˈmüt-lik \

Definition of gemütlich

: agreeably pleasant : comfortable

First Known Use of gemütlich

1852, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for gemütlich

German, from Middle High German gemüetlich pleasant, from gemüete mentality, mind

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