noun \ˈshwȯrts, ˈshfärts, ˈshvä-\

Definition of schwarz



  1. :  the winning of all the tricks in skat or schafskopf; also :  the scoring effect of this which adds two multipliers in skat and triples the score in schafskopf

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Origin and Etymology of schwarz

German, from schwarz, adjective, black

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capable of being understood in two ways

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