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Wortherkunft – The history and languages of origin of words and phrases.

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Draufgehen bedeutet umgangssprachlich sterben. Aber warum? Ich konnte keinen klaren Zusammenhang dafür finden.
asked Apr 28 '18 by xji
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The word "Leidenschaft" strikes me as having a quite weird construction. The Wiktionary entry simply states its etymology to be "Leiden" + "schaft". However it makes little sense to me why "suffering …
asked Sep 21 '16 by xji