"jeder" meaning in German

Determiner

IPA: /ˈjeːdɐ/ Audio: De-jeder.ogg
  1. each, every Categories: German terms with usage examples
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: German 2-syllable words, German articles, German determiners, German lemmas, German pronouns, German terms derived from Middle High German, German terms derived from Old High German, German terms derived from Proto-Germanic, German terms inherited from Middle High German, German terms inherited from Old High German, German terms with IPA pronunciation, German terms with audio links Synonyms: jedweder, ieder [obsolete]

Pronoun

IPA: /ˈjeːdɐ/ Audio: De-jeder.ogg
  1. each Categories: German terms with usage examples
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: German 2-syllable words, German articles, German determiners, German lemmas, German pronouns, German terms derived from Middle High German, German terms derived from Old High German, German terms derived from Proto-Germanic, German terms inherited from Middle High German, German terms inherited from Old High German, German terms with IPA pronunciation, German terms with audio links Synonyms: jedweder, ieder [obsolete]

Inflected forms

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    "German lemmas",
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    "German terms derived from Proto-Germanic",
    "German terms inherited from Middle High German",
    "German terms inherited from Old High German",
    "German terms with IPA pronunciation",
    "German terms with audio links"
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      "name": "inh"
    },
    {
      "args": {
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        "2": "goh",
        "3": "ioweder"
      },
      "expansion": "Old High German ioweder",
      "name": "inh"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "goh",
        "2": "io"
      },
      "expansion": "io",
      "name": "m"
    },
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      "args": {
        "1": "goh",
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      "expansion": "wedar",
      "name": "m"
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      "args": {
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      },
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      "name": "der"
    },
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      "args": {
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      },
      "expansion": "*hwaþeraz",
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    {
      "args": {
        "1": "en",
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      },
      "expansion": "English either",
      "name": "cog"
    },
    {
      "args": {
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        "2": "ieder"
      },
      "expansion": "Dutch ieder",
      "name": "cog"
    },
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      "args": {
        "1": "de",
        "2": "ieder"
      },
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          "english": "To each his own",
          "text": "Jedem das Seine"
        }
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      },
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        "2": "io"
      },
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    },
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      "args": {
        "1": "goh",
        "2": "wedar"
      },
      "expansion": "wedar",
      "name": "m"
    },
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      },
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        "1": "en",
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      "expansion": "English either",
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      "args": {
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      },
      "expansion": "Dutch ieder",
      "name": "cog"
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      "expansion": "ieder",
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        {
          "english": "Each time",
          "text": "Jedes Mal"
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