Einöde etymology

German word Einöde comes from Old High German ein ((cardinal) one.), Old High German -ōti

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Detailed word origin of Einöde

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ein Old High German (goh) (cardinal) one.
-ōti Old High German (goh)
einōti Old High German (goh)
einœte Middle High German (gmh)
Einöde German (deu) Deserted, remote, isolated land; wasteland.