Middle High German
Adjective

Middle High German (not comparable)

  1. Concerning the Middle High German language.
Translations Proper noun
  1. An ancestor to the modern (High) German language, spoken from 1050 to about 1500. Some linguists prefer to use 1350 as the end of the Middle High German period, calling the period from 1350 to 1650 Early New High German in a broad sense.
Translations
  • French: moyen haut-allemand
  • German: Mittelhochdeutsch
  • Italian: medio alto tedesco, alto tedesco medio
  • Portuguese: alto-alemão médio
  • Russian: средневерхненеме́цкий
  • Spanish: alto alemán medio



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