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Seele

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The vitality of thought is in adventure. Ideas won't keep. Something must be done about them. When the idea is new, its custodians have fervor, live for it, and if need be, die for it.
Alfred North Whitehead
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German

Etymology

Old High German sēula, sēla, from Germanic. Cognate with Dutch ziel, English soul, Danish sjæl.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈzeːlə/

Noun

Seele f. (genitive Seele, plural Seelen)

  1. soul
  2. mind, spirit
  3. human being, soul
  4. bore (of a gun)
  5. swim bladder
  6. core (of an electric cable)

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