Führer

[ fy-ruhr; English fyoo r-er ]
/ ˈfü rər; English ˈfyʊər ər /

noun German.

der Führer [der] /dɛr/, the leader: title of Adolf Hitler.

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Also Fuehrer.

Origin of Führer

First recorded in 1930–35
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Führer

Fuehrer

/ German (ˈfyːrər, English ˈfjʊərə) /

noun

a leader: applied esp to Adolf Hitler (der Führer) while he was Chancellor

Word Origin for Führer

German, from führen to lead
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