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gemeinschaft Explained

gemeinschaft at English irregular forms Of Explained:

(pl) gemeinschaften

gemeinschaft at German => English Of Explained:

community

gemeinschaft at German => English Of Explained:

brotherhood, collaborative, community

gemeinschaft at German => English Of Explained:

community

Gemeinschaft at German => English Of Explained:

Gemeinschaft [gəmainʃaft]nsf
community

Gemeinschaft at English (WD) Of Explained:

==German==

Etymology

Inter: suffix » gemein|schaft|lang=de

Pronunciation

* Inter: IPA » /ɡəˈmaɪ̯nʃaft/|lang=de
  • Inter: audio » De-at-Gemeinschaft.ogg|Audio (Austria)

    Noun

    Inter: de-noun » f||Gemeinschaften

  • community, collective

    Declension

    Inter: de-noun-f » en

    Derived terms

    * Inter: l » de|Gütergemeinschaft

  • Translation: cy » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: de » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: fr » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: ko » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: io » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: it » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: ku » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: lo » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: lt » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: li » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: hu » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: mg » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: nl » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: pl » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: pt » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: ru » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: fi » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: sv » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: tl » Gemeinschaft
    Translation: zh » Gemeinschaft

    gemeinschaft at English (WD) Of Explained:

    ==English==

    Alternative forms

    * Inter: l » en|Gemeinschaft

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » de Inter: term » Gemeinschaft||community|lang=de, equivalent to Inter: suffix » gemein|t1=common|schaft|t2=-ship. More at Inter: l » en|mean, Inter: l » en|-ship. Compare to Inter: etyl » en|- Inter: term » Gesellschaft|gesellschaft||lang=en

    Noun

    Inter: en-noun » gemeinschafts|pl2=gemeinschaften
  • An association or group of individuals sharing common beliefs, attitudes, and tastes; a fellowship.
    1. Inter: context » sociology A society or group characterized by a strong sense of common identity, personal relationships, and attachments to various concerns.

      Quotations

      :* ''... saying that bureaucracy was the "old gesellschaft" that went with modernism, while today a "deep Jungian atavism" among young high techies for a clean environment, close family ties, and healthy communities is creating a "new gemeinschaft" that will require a "new gesellschaft". — Morton Kondracke, "Neo-Politics", New Republic, Vol. 205 Issue 22, p18-20, 3p, Nov. 25, 1991


    :* A consensus has gradually been formed among the people of Taiwan that we are "all in the same boat" and that Taiwan is a gemeinschaft, or community. — "Relations across the Taiwan Strait", Asian Affairs Vol. 26 Issue 2, p93, 7p, Summer, 1999
    :* Societies may be characterized along a continuum of a G1 (gemeinschaft or rural) to G2 (gesellschaft or urban). — Fredericks, Marcel / Miller, Steven I. / Odiet, Jeff A. / Fredericks, Janet P., "Toward an Understanding of Cellular Sociologoy and Its Relationship to Cellular Biology", Education, Vol. 124 Issue 2, p237-256, Winter, 2003
    Category: Category:English words prefixed with ge- -
    Translation: lo » gemeinschaft
    Translation: mg » gemeinschaft
    Translation: vi » gemeinschaft