kunstlied

noun kunst·lied \ˈku̇nztˌlēt, -n(t)st-\

Definition of kunstlied

plural

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Origin and Etymology of kunstlied

German, from kunst art (from Old High German, skill, knowledge) + lied song, from Old High German liod; Old High German kunst akin to Old Frisian kunst knowledge, Middle Dutch const, cunst, Old Saxon kunst, all from a prehistoric derivative of the verb represented by Old High German kunnan to know, be able


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