Vorsatz etymology

German word Vorsatz comes from German vor-, German Satz

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Detailed word origin of Vorsatz

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
vor- German (deu) Pre- (denotes primarily that something is before or in front of another thing or higher in a hierarchy).
Satz German (deu) (mathematics) proposition, theorem. (music) movement. (tennis) set. Jump, leap. Sediment, grounds (something that has precipitated from a liquid). Sentence. Set (matching collection of similar things). Typeset.
Vorsatz German (deu) (bookbinding) flyleaf. (chiefly, in plural) intention, something undertaken; resolution. (law) malice, intention, premeditation. An extension or accessory to a machine or tool that allows performance of specialized work. Something in front of something else. The preceding sentence.