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What is the relationship between “Hochzeit” and “Hochmut?”
As I understand it, Hochzeit means "wedding", and Hochmut means "pride", while hoch means "high". Often, words with a common shared prefix are at least somewhat similar in meaning. But I can't relate ...
Jul 1 '12 at 13:27
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