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Scots[edit]

Simmer in Germany

Noon[edit]

simmer (plural ~)

  1. Ane o fower saisons, tradeetionally the seicont, merked bi the langest an teepically hettest days o the year due tae the inclination o the Yird an thermal lag. Teepically regairdit as bein frae Juin 21 tae September 22 or 23 in pairts o the USA, the months o Juin, Julie an August in the Unitit Kinrick an the months of December, Januar an Februar in the Soothren Hemisphere.

Inglis[edit]

Verb[edit]

simmer (third-person singular semple praisent simmers, praisent pairteeciple simmering, simple past and past participle simmered)

  1. Tae hotter

German[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

simmer

  1. (colloquial, regional) Contraction o sind wir.
    Wann simmer denn da?
    When are we gonna be there?

Uissage notes[edit]

This contraction is common ootthrou central Germany, soothren Germany, an Austrick. It is anerly occasionally heard in northren Germany.

See an aw[edit]


Wast Frisian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Frae Old Frisian sumur, sumer, frae Proto-Germanic *sumaraz. Compare Dutch zomer, German Template:M, Inglis summer, Dens sommer.

Noun[edit]

simmer c (plural simmers)

  1. simmer