wurst

[ wurst, woorst ]
/ wɜrst, wʊərst /

noun

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Origin of wurst

First recorded in 1890–95, wurst is from the German word Wurst

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH wurst

worst, wurst
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British Dictionary definitions for wurst

wurst
/ (wɜːst, wʊəst, vʊəst) /

noun

a large sausage, esp of a type made in Germany, Austria, etc

Word Origin for wurst

from German, literally: something rolled; related to Latin vertere to turn
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