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Hoden

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Etymology

From Middle High German hōde < Old High German hodo < Proto-Germanic *huþōn < Proto-Indo-European *skeu(t)- (cover). Cognate with Welsh cwd (ball sack), Greek σκυ̃τος (skytos), hide, leather), Latin cutis (skin), Old Lithuanian kutỹs Beutel, German Haut, Scheune, Schote etc.

Noun

Hoden m. (plural Hoden)[[Category:Template:lang:de nouns|Hoden]]

  1. testicle, bollock

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