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Word of the Day 01/14/20 Gemütlich

Gemütlich (adjective)
gemütlich or ge·muet·lich [ guh-moot-lik, -moo t-; German guh-myt-likh ]

1. comfortable and pleasant; cozy.
2. friendly; easygoing.

Origin: 1850–55; < German; late Middle High German gemüetlich, equivalent to gemüet(e) (German Gemüt) mind, mentality (collective derivative of mut, Old High German muot courage, spirit; see mood) + -lich -ly

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