The Complete List of the 1000 Most Common German Words

This list of the 1000 most common German words was produced by processing a large number of German language texts.

German is an inflected language, meaning that the ending of some words change when they are used in a sentence. These changes reflect grammatical gender and cases. In order to convert the vocabulary words to their canonical (uninflected) form, a process called lemmatization was applied.

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List of the most common German vocabulary words

  1. der [article] (the)
  2. sein [verb] (to be)
  3. ein [article] (a)
  4. werden [verb] (will) Its use as an auxiliary verb makes this one of the most common German words. It is used alongside another verb to form the future tense or the passive voice.
  5. in [preposition] (in)
  6. sie [pronoun] (she)
  7. haben [verb] (to have) This is one of the most common German verbs because it is also used as a “helper verb” to form the present perfect tense of other verbs.
  8. auf [preposition] (on)
  9. es [pronoun] (it)
  10. und [conjunction] (and)
  11. zu [preposition] (to)
  12. an [preposition] (on)
  13. mit [preposition] (with)
  14. für [preposition] (for)
  15. von [preposition] (from)
  16. sich [pronoun] (itself)
  17. dieser [pronoun] (this)
  18. auch [adverb] (also)
  19. er [pronoun] (he)
  20. nicht [adverb] (not)
  21. bei [preposition] (at)
  22. können [verb] (to be able) This German verb is a modal verb and as such needs another verb to complement it.
  23. wir [pronoun] (we)
  24. aus [adverb] (out)
  25. geben [verb] (to give)
  26. ich [pronoun] (I)
  27. ihr [pronoun] (her)
  28. sollen [verb] (should, to have to)
  29. nach [preposition] (after)
  30. um [preposition] (around)
  31. noch [adverb] (still)
  32. aber [conjunction] (but)
  33. kein [pronoun] (no)
  34. über [preposition] (above)
  35. neu [adjective] (new)
  36. kommen [verb] (to come)
  37. hier [adverb] (here)
  38. nur [adverb] (only)
  39. vor [preposition] (before)
  40. gehen [verb] (to go, to walk)
  41. durch [preposition] (through)
  42. Prozent [noun] (percent)
  43. gut [adjective] (good)
  44. dann [adverb] (then)
  45. so [adverb] (so)
  46. stehen [verb] (to stand)
  47. Jahr [noun] (year)
  48. liegen [verb] (to lie)
  49. Euro [noun] (euro)
  50. groß [adjective] (big)
  51. müssen [verb] (to have to)
  52. jetzt [adverb] (now)
  53. finden [verb] (to find)
  54. weit [adjective] (wide)
  55. wollen [verb] (to want)
  56. nun [adverb] (now)
  57. was [pronoun] (what)
  58. unser [pronoun] (our)
  59. machen [verb] (to make)
  60. wie [adverb] (how)
  61. als [conjunction] (as)
  62. aller [adjective] (all)
  63. sehr [adverb] (very)
  64. wieder [adverb] (again)
  65. schon [adverb] (already) The German words schon (without umlaut) and schön (with umlaut) should not be confused. The former means “already” whereas the latter means “pretty”. Both appear in this German vocabulary list.
  66. bleiben [verb] (to remain)
  67. erster [numeral] (first)
  68. unter [preposition] (under)
  69. ab [preposition] (from)
  70. sehen [verb] (to see)
  71. immer [adverb] (always)
  72. dabei [adverb] (nearby, besides)
  73. da [adverb] (there)
  74. mehr [adjective] (more)
  75. gegen [preposition] (against)
  76. dort [adverb] (there)
  77. deutsch [adjective] (German)
  78. jeder [pronoun] (everyone)
  79. allerdings [adverb] (however, certainly)
  80. oder [conjunction] (or)
  81. bis [conjunction] (until)
  82. man [pronoun] (man)
  83. beginnen [verb] (to begin)
  84. zwei [numeral] (two)
  85. ganz [adjective] (entire) This word can also be used as an adverb in which case it means “very”.
  86. heute [adverb] (today)
  87. bereits [adverb] (already)
  88. damit [adverb] (in order to)
  89. mein [determiner] (my)
  90. also [conjunction] (so)
  91. hoch [adjective] (high) This adjective is the antonym of “tief” which means “low”. When used as an adverb, this word means “up”.
  92. jedoch [adverb] (however)
  93. Zeit [noun] (time)
  94. Uhr [noun] (hour)
  95. außerdem [adverb] (in addition)
  96. weiter [adjective] (further)
  97. dazu [adverb] (in addition to)
  98. vieler [adjective] (many)
  99. gelten [verb] (to be valid)
  100. beide [determiner] (both)
  101. Tag [noun] (day)
  102. erfolgen [verb] (to happen)
  103. seit [conjunction] (since)
  104. natürlich [adjective] (natural) This word can also be used as an adverb in which case it means “naturally” or “of course”.
  105. klein [adjective] (small)
  106. nehmen [verb] (to take)
  107. Mensch [noun] (person, human) In addition to meaning “human”, this word can also be used as an interjection in which case it means “wow” or “gosh”.
  108. alle [pronoun] (everyone)
  109. erhalten [verb] (to receive)
  110. zeigen [verb] (to point at)
  111. steigen [verb] (to climb)
  112. stellen [verb] (to place)
  113. führen [verb] (to lead)
  114. fallen [verb] (to fall)
  115. betragen [verb] (to be)
  116. gehören [verb] (to belong)
  117. rund [adjective] (round)
  118. wichtig [adjective] (important)
  119. Kind [noun] (child)
  120. zudem [adverb] (moreover)
  121. Seite [noun] (page) This German word has two possible meanings: it can mean “page”, and it can also mean “side”.
  122. Mann [noun] (man)
  123. viel [pronoun] (a lot of)
  124. du [pronoun] (you)
  125. alt [adjective] (old)
  126. uns [pronoun] (us)
  127. sprechen [verb] (to speak)
  128. Frau [noun] (woman) this noun is also used as the conventional title of respect to address a woman, equivalent to the English “Mrs”. For instance, this word is often used when writing an email in German.
  129. anderer [adjective] (other)
  130. Unternehmen [noun] (company)
  131. dafür [adverb] (for that)
  132. ohne [preposition] (without)
  133. drei [numeral] (three)
  134. halten [verb] (to hold)
  135. ja [adverb] (yes)
  136. möglich [adjective] (possible)
  137. Million [noun] (a million)
  138. einfach [adjective] (easy)
  139. Punkt [noun] (point)
  140. bieten [verb] (to offer)
  141. bringen [verb] (to bring)
  142. Polizei [noun] (police)
  143. bestehen [verb] (to succeed)
  144. zwischen [preposition] (in between)
  145. dürfen [verb] (to be allowed to)
  146. zurück [adverb] (back)
  147. nächster [adjective] (next)
  148. Problem [noun] (problem)
  149. zweiter [numeral] (second)
  150. spielen [verb] (to play)
  151. etwas [pronoun] (something)
  152. Bild [noun] (picture)
  153. statt [preposition] (instead of)
  154. Ergebnis [noun] (result)
  155. eigen [adjective] (own)
  156. Fall [noun] (case)
  157. welcher [determiner] (which one)
  158. laufen [verb] (to run)
  159. einiger [adjective] (some)
  160. erst [adverb] (first)
  161. Preis [noun] (price)
  162. Stadt [noun] (city)
  163. derzeit [adverb] (currently)
  164. ihnen [pronoun] (them)
  165. setzen [verb] (to put)
  166. erwarten [verb] (to expect)
  167. legen [verb] (to lay)
  168. ebenfalls [adverb] (also)
  169. sagen [verb] (to say)
  170. erreichen [verb] (to reach)
  171. stark [adjective] (strong) This adjective is the antonym of “schwach” which means “weak”. In colloquial German, it means “awesome”.
  172. Ende [noun] (end)
  173. entstehen [verb] (develop)
  174. Land [noun] (country)
  175. Frage [noun] (question)
  176. Haus [noun] (house)
  177. ihm [pronoun] (him)
  178. Spiel [noun] (game)
  179. brauchen [verb] (to need)
  180. insgesamt [adverb] (all in all)
  181. bitte [adverb] (please)
  182. ihn [pronoun] (him)
  183. wegen [preposition] (because)
  184. zunächst [adverb] (first)
  185. Woche [noun] (week)
  186. fordern [verb] (to demand)
  187. folgen [verb] (to follow)
  188. Leben [noun] (life)
  189. etwa [adverb] (approximately)
  190. mir [pronoun] (me)
  191. letzter [adjective] (last)
  192. leicht [adjective] (not heavy, easy)
  193. entsprechend [adjective] (corresponding)
  194. Arbeit [noun] (work)
  195. befinden [verb] (to occupy a place)
  196. lang [adjective] (long)
  197. Teil [noun] (part)
  198. Grund [noun] (reason)
  199. planen [verb] (to plan)
  200. Information [noun] (information)
  201. selbst [particle] (personally)
  202. fehlen [verb] (to lack)
  203. Geld [noun] (money)
  204. suchen [verb] (to search)
  205. schön [adjective] (beautiful) This is a useful word for German compliments. Note that this word should not be confused with the word “schon”. The latter, which does not have an umlaut, is a German adverb meaning “already”.
  206. richtig [adjective] (correct)
  207. Dollar [noun] (dollar)
  208. Deutschland [proper noun] (Germany)
  209. sogar [adverb] (even)
  210. gewinnen [verb] (to win)
  211. schnell [adjective] (quick) This adjective is the antonym of “langsam” which means “slow”. Used as an adverb it means “quickly”.
  212. verlieren [verb] (to lose)
  213. mal [adverb] (times)
  214. schwer [adjective] (heavy) This adjective is the antonym of “leicht” which means “light”. It can also mean “difficult” and as such is a synonym of “schwierig”.
  215. arbeiten [verb] (to work)
  216. schließlich [adverb] (in the end)
  217. ziehen [verb] (to pull)
  218. verschieden [adjective] (different)
  219. eigentlich [adverb] (actually)
  220. bisher [adverb] (so far)
  221. Zahl [noun] (number)
  222. denn [conjunction] (then)
  223. Angebot [noun] (offer) The word Angebot originates from the verb bieten which means “to offer”. You will often encounter this word in relation to sale offers.
  224. Programm [noun] (program)
  225. treffen [verb] (to meet)
  226. bekannt [adjective] (known)
  227. wer [pronoun] (who) This pronoun originates from the Old High German “wer” which means “man”. Together with other question words such as “was”, “wo”, “wann” and “wie”, it is among the most frequently used German words.
  228. Stunde [noun] (hour)
  229. lassen [verb] (to let)
  230. tun [verb] (to do)
  231. Weg [noun] (path)
  232. sterben [verb] (to die)
  233. besonders [adverb] (especially)
  234. deshalb [adverb] (therefore)
  235. fast [adverb] (nearly)
  236. Welt [noun] (world)
  237. Name [noun] (name)
  238. dadurch [adverb] (through it)
  239. bekommen [verb] (to get)
  240. inzwischen [adverb] (in the meantime)
  241. Geschichte [noun] (story) This German word has two possible meanings: “story” and “history”.
  242. übernehmen [verb] (to take over)
  243. tragen [verb] (to carry)
  244. Aktie [noun] (share)
  245. Entscheidung [noun] (decision) This German vocabulary word is derived from the verb “entscheiden” which means “to decide”.
  246. Ziel [noun] (goal)
  247. danach [adverb] (thereafter)
  248. nichts [pronoun] (nothing)
  249. Monat [noun] (month)
  250. fahren [verb] (to drive)
  251. fest [adjective] (firm)
  252. dennoch [adverb] (anyhow)
  253. spät [adjective] (late)
  254. Erfolg [noun] (success)
  255. deutlich [adjective] (clear)
  256. bestätigen [verb] (to confirm)
  257. nennen [verb] (to name)
  258. aktuell [adjective] (current)
  259. Platz [noun] (place)
  260. kosten [verb] (to cost)
  261. vielleicht [adverb] (perhaps)
  262. weniger [adjective] (less) This comparative adjective is the antonym to “mehr” which means “more”.
  263. Thema [noun] (topic)
  264. mich [pronoun] (me)
  265. mehrere [pronoun] (several)
  266. sorgen [verb] (to worry) In its transitive form this German verb means “to care for”, but in its reflexive form “sich sorgen” means “to worry”. For more on this, see this article on German reflexive verbs.
  267. leben [verb] (to live)
  268. Minute [noun] (minute)
  269. einmal [adverb] (once)
  270. Beispiel [noun] (example)
  271. kurz [adjective] (short)
  272. Ort [noun] (location)
  273. jung [adjective] (young)
  274. helfen [verb] (to help)
  275. gleich [adjective] (equal) This German word can also be used as an adverb in which case it means “right away”.
  276. vier [numeral] (four)
  277. Kosten [noun] (cost)
  278. schaffen [verb] (to create)
  279. genau [adjective] (exact)
  280. Familie [noun] (family)
  281. Projekt [noun] (project)
  282. dauern [verb] (to last)
  283. wählen [verb] (to choose)
  284. rechnen [verb] (to count)
  285. handeln [verb] (to act)
  286. bilden [verb] (to form)
  287. Mitarbeiter [noun] (employee)
  288. entscheiden [verb] (to decide)
  289. nie [adverb] (never)
  290. Schule [noun] (school)
  291. bislang [adverb] (so far)
  292. Folge [noun] (consequence, sequence)
  293. Mitglied [noun] (member)
  294. Einsatz [noun] (usage)
  295. schließen [verb] (to shut down)
  296. Markt [noun] (market)
  297. damals [adverb] (at that time, in those days)
  298. Wert [noun] (worth)
  299. unterschiedlich [adjective] (differing)
  300. starten [verb] (to start)
  301. schreiben [verb] (to write)
  302. Berlin [proper noun] (Berlin)
  303. gesamt [adjective] (total)
  304. fünf [numeral] (five)
  305. zählen [verb] (to count)
  306. wachsen [verb] (to grow)
  307. leider [adverb] (unfortunately) The adverb leider comes from the word Leid which means “sorrow”.
  308. Zukunft [noun] (future) This word originates from the verb kommen which means “to come”.
  309. davon [adverb] (from it)
  310. zusätzlich [adjective] (additional)
  311. teilen [verb] (to share)
  312. zusammen [adverb] (together) This adverb is a synonym to “gemeinsam”.
  313. unterstützen [verb] (to support)
  314. oft [adverb] (often)
  315. voll [adjective] (full)
  316. frei [adjective] (free)
  317. Entwicklung [noun] (development)
  318. weiterhin [adverb] (still)
  319. Internet [noun] (internet)
  320. heißen [verb] (to be named) This verb is one of the most common words in German as it is used to say one’s name for e.g. “Ich heiße Marie” which means “My name is Marie”.
  321. früh [adjective] (early)
  322. treten [verb] (to step)
  323. Verein [noun] (association) This word originates from the verb “vereinen” which means “to unite”.
  324. besonderer [adjective] (special)
  325. verletzen [verb] (to hurt)
  326. berichten [verb] (to relate)
  327. einzeln [adjective] (single)
  328. nutzen [verb] (to use)
  329. anders [adverb] (different) This adverb originates from the Old High German word “andar” which meant “second” or “other”.
  330. kaum [adverb] (hardly)
  331. Gruppe [noun] (group)
  332. wohl [adverb] (probably)
  333. Buch [noun] (book) This German word is similar to its English counterpart. There are a number of similarities between German and English, as they are both Germanic languages.
  334. Rolle [noun] (role)
  335. Hand [noun] (hand)
  336. schlecht [adjective] (bad)
  337. Gespräch [noun] (conversation) The word Gespräch comes from the verb sprechen which means “to speak”.
  338. sofort [adverb] (immediately)
  339. Kunde [noun] (customer)
  340. sinken [verb] (to sink)
  341. kennen [verb] (to know)
  342. gerade [adjective] (even) This German word can also be used as an adverb in which case it means “just” or “now”.
  343. wo [adverb] (where)
  344. Umsatz [noun] (turnover)
  345. Person [noun] (person)
  346. Mai [noun] (May - the month)
  347. Milliarde [noun] (billion)
  348. hinter [preposition] (behind)
  349. ändern [verb] (to change)
  350. offen [adjective] (open)
  351. wissen [verb] (to know)
  352. wirklich [adjective] (real)
  353. dagegen [adverb] (against it)
  354. anschließend [adverb] (afterwards)
  355. dritter [numeral] (third)
  356. neben [preposition] (next to, alongside)
  357. Recht [noun] (a right)
  358. September [noun] (September)
  359. drohen [verb] (to threaten)
  360. Regierung [noun] (government)
  361. Stelle [noun] (place)
  362. gerne [adverb] (gladly, with pleasure) This adverb can be used interchangeably with “gern”.
  363. weisen [verb] (to point)
  364. warten [verb] (to wait)
  365. einer [numeral] (one)
  366. entsprechen [verb] (to correspond)
  367. Angabe [noun] (indication)
  368. zahlreich [adjective] (numerous) zahlreich is a compound adjective is formed from Zahl (“number”) and reich (“rich”). This German word literally means “rich in numbers”.
  369. solcher [pronoun] (such)
  370. verwenden [verb] (to use)
  371. während [conjunction] (while)
  372. Bereich [noun] (area)
  373. Möglichkeit [noun] (possibility)
  374. Bank [noun] (bank)
  375. Antwort [noun] (answer)
  376. Team [noun] (team)
  377. positiv [adjective] (positive)
  378. Wort [noun] (word)
  379. vergangen [verb] (past)
  380. freuen [verb] (to gladden) The reflexive form of this German verb is “sich freuen” which means “to be happy”.
  381. enthalten [verb] (to contain)
  382. Straße [noun] (street)
  383. erscheinen [verb] (to appear)
  384. reichen [verb] (to reach)
  385. Freitag [noun] (Friday)
  386. somit [adverb] (therefore)
  387. Donnerstag [noun] (Thursday)
  388. Datum [noun] (date) This German word is directly borrowed from Latin, but the original latin word means “gift”. Although German is a Germanic language and not a Latin-based language, there are still some similarities between German and Latin.
  389. daher [adverb] (from there)
  390. Verfügung [noun] (disposal) The German noun is formed by applying the suffix “-ung” to the verb “verfügen” which means “to dispose”. It also means “enactment” or “decree”.
  391. enden [verb] (to end)
  392. international [adjective] (international)
  393. sicher [adjective] (secure)
  394. eher [adverb] (rather)
  395. Mannschaft [noun] (team)
  396. entwickeln [verb] (to develop)
  397. ergeben [adjective] (loyal)
  398. Täter [noun] (doer)
  399. direkt [adjective] (direct)
  400. erhöhen [verb] (to heighten)
  401. gestern [adverb] (yesterday)
  402. Abend [noun] (evening)
  403. gemeinsam [adjective] (common)
  404. Chance [noun] (chance) This is a word which the German language has borrowed from French. In fact, this word appears among the most common French words.
  405. Hilfe [noun] (help)
  406. Kritik [noun] (criticism)
  407. Firma [noun] (company)
  408. anbieten [verb] (to offer) This is a separable verb which means that in simple tenses the prefix “an-” is separated and placed at the end of the sentence. For more about this, see this guide to German prefix verbs.
  409. Schaden [noun] (damage)
  410. politisch [adjective] (political)
  411. erneut [adjective] (renewed)
  412. klar [adjective] (clear)
  413. Lösung [noun] (solution) This German word comes from the verb “lösen” which means “to solve”.
  414. europäisch [adjective] (European)
  415. April [noun] (April)
  416. Veranstaltung [noun] (event)
  417. Situation [noun] (situation)
  418. feiern [verb] (to celebrate)
  419. Film [noun] (film)
  420. Sache [noun] (affair)
  421. bauen [verb] (to build)
  422. trotzdem [adverb] (anyhow)
  423. möchten [verb] (want)
  424. sitzen [verb] (to sit)
  425. Oktober [noun] (October)
  426. komplett [adjective] (complete)
  427. Blick [noun] (glance)
  428. Wasser [noun] (water)
  429. denken [verb] (to think)
  430. betreffen [verb] (to concern)
  431. warum [adverb] (why)
  432. bald [adverb] (soon)
  433. Januar [noun] (January)
  434. Geschäft [noun] (business)
  435. Kirche [noun] (church)
  436. Aufgabe [noun] (task)
  437. gegenüber [preposition] (opposite to)
  438. folgend [adjective] (following)
  439. Montag [noun] (Monday)
  440. wirken [verb] (to function)
  441. benötigen [verb] (to require)
  442. Idee [noun] (idea)
  443. vorsehen [verb] (to plan, to provide)
  444. öffnen [verb] (to open)
  445. Titel [noun] (title)
  446. bedeuten [verb] (to mean)
  447. Juni [noun] (June)
  448. Sonntag [noun] (Sunday)
  449. Auto [noun] (car)
  450. Fahrzeug [noun] (vehicle) Fahrzeug is a compound noun formed from fahren (“to drive”) and Zeug (“thing”).
  451. reagieren [verb] (to react)
  452. Gebäude [noun] (building)
  453. abschließen [verb] (to end)
  454. schlagen [verb] (to hit)
  455. bestimmen [verb] (to determine)
  456. März [noun] (March)
  457. Verfahren [noun] (procedure)
  458. laut [adjective] (noisy)
  459. erfolgreich [adjective] (successful)
  460. Raum [noun] (room)
  461. Schritt [noun] (step)
  462. Wahl [noun] (election)
  463. Gemeinde [noun] (municipality)
  464. völlig [adjective] (complete)
  465. sechs [numeral] (six)
  466. gering [adjective] (little)
  467. endlich [adjective] (finite)
  468. Anfang [noun] (beginning)
  469. einsetzen [verb] (to put in)
  470. kommend [verb] (coming)
  471. innerhalb [preposition] (inside)
  472. Gast [noun] (guest)
  473. zehn [numeral] (ten)
  474. lediglich [adverb] (merely)
  475. Wunsch [noun] (wish)
  476. Kurs [noun] (course)
  477. pro [preposition] (per)
  478. Termin [noun] (date)
  479. Krankenhaus [noun] (hospital)
  480. wenig [adjective] (little)
  481. eben [adjective] (flat)
  482. ähnlich [adjective] (similar)
  483. System [noun] (system)
  484. Schüler [noun] (student)
  485. Erfahrung [noun] (experience) This German word come from the verb “erfahren” which means “to experience”.
  486. schwierig [adjective] (difficult)
  487. Opfer [noun] (victim)
  488. darauf [adverb] (upon that, after that)
  489. Teilnehmer [noun] (participant)
  490. informieren [verb] (to inform)
  491. Meter [noun] (meter)
  492. Politik [noun] (politics)
  493. sonst [adverb] (otherwise)
  494. fragen [verb] (to ask)
  495. Tier [noun] (animal)
  496. stammen [verb] (to descend)
  497. Bericht [noun] (report)
  498. müssten [verb] (would have to)
  499. ermitteln [verb] (to ascertain)
  500. Plan [noun] (plan)
  501. beenden [verb] (to finish)
  502. mittlerweile [adverb] (meanwhile)
  503. Regel [noun] (rule)
  504. gelingen [verb] (to succeed)
  505. allein [adjective] (alone)
  506. Eltern [noun] (parent)
  507. gebären [verb] (to give birth)
  508. Auge [noun] (eye)
  509. Urteil [noun] (judgment)
  510. beschäftigen [verb] (to)
  511. November [noun] (November)
  512. jeweils [adverb] (in each case)
  513. Musik [noun] (music)
  514. dienen [verb] (to serve)
  515. öffentlich [adjective] (public) This adjective originates from the word offen which means “open”.
  516. Berliner [noun] (Berliner)
  517. hart [adjective] (hard)
  518. Höhe [noun] (height)
  519. durchführen [verb] (to perform)
  520. herrschen [verb] (to rule)
  521. eröffnen [verb] (to open)
  522. stimmen [verb] (to be right)
  523. gar [adverb] (at all, even)
  524. meist [adjective] (most of)
  525. Besucher [noun] (visitor)
  526. verhindern [verb] (to prevent)
  527. Staat [noun] (state)
  528. Mittwoch [noun] (Wednesday)
  529. verbinden [verb] (to join)
  530. geschehen [verb] (to happen)
  531. echt [adjective] (authentic)
  532. Februar [noun] (February)
  533. aufnehmen [verb] (to pick up)
  534. euch [pronoun] (you)
  535. Kopf [noun] (head)
  536. modern [verb] (to decay, to rot)
  537. verfügen [verb] (to decree)
  538. Gericht [noun] (court)
  539. kostenlos [adjective] (without cost) This adjective is formed by applying the suffix -los (which means “without”) to the noun Kosten which means “cost”. Consequently, this word literally means “without cost”.
  540. melden [verb] (to report)
  541. Dienstag [noun] (Tuesday)
  542. Grenze [noun] (border)
  543. einzig [adjective] (only)
  544. hinzu [adverb] (in addition)
  545. interessant [adjective] (interesting)
  546. August [noun] (August)
  547. Interesse [noun] (interest)
  548. Juli [noun] (July)
  549. Art [noun] (kind) This is what language learners call a “false friend”: this German word is identical to an English word, but it has a completely different meaning.
  550. zwar [adverb] (namely)
  551. zahlen [verb] (to pay)
  552. Vertrag [noun] (contract)
  553. erforderlich [adjective] (necessary)
  554. Leistung [noun] (performance)
  555. Druck [noun] (pressure)
  556. brechen [verb] (to break)
  557. Text [noun] (text)
  558. zuvor [adverb] (before)
  559. Leute [noun] (people)
  560. Dezember [noun] (December)
  561. Spaß [noun] (fun)
  562. Foto [noun] (photo)
  563. liefern [verb] (to supply)
  564. Partei [noun] (party)
  565. Mark [noun] (mark)
  566. Feuerwehr [noun] (fire brigade) This compound noun is formed from Feuer (meaning “fire”) and Wehr (meaning “defense”).
  567. stecken [verb] (to put)
  568. falsch [adjective] (false)
  569. Angst [noun] (fear)
  570. Inhalt [noun] (content)
  571. besitzen [verb] (to own)
  572. verändern [verb] (to change)
  573. Region [noun] (region)
  574. funktionieren [verb] (to work)
  575. veröffentlichen [verb] (to publish)
  576. Gesellschaft [noun] (society)
  577. Spieler [noun] (player)
  578. vorhanden [adjective] (available)
  579. Homepage [noun] (website)
  580. schauen [verb] (to look)
  581. Zähler [noun] (counter)
  582. Stimme [noun] (voice)
  583. manchmal [adverb] (sometimes)
  584. Detail [noun] (detail)
  585. lehnen [verb] (to lean)
  586. einstellen [verb] (to set up)
  587. schätzen [verb] (to estimate)
  588. acht [numeral] (eight)
  589. Antrag [noun] (request)
  590. lange [adverb] (long)
  591. Anlage [noun] (facility)
  592. scheinen [verb] (to shine)
  593. jedenfalls [adverb] (in any case)
  594. überhaupt [adverb] (at all)
  595. hoffen [verb] (to hope)
  596. jeweilig [adjective] (respective)
  597. persönlich [adjective] (personal)
  598. Vorwurf [noun] (accusation)
  599. knapp [adjective] (scarce)
  600. lösen [verb] (to solve, to loosen)
  601. Sicherheit [noun] (safety) This German word comes from the adjective “sicher” which means “secure”.
  602. Studie [noun] (study)
  603. Produkt [noun] (product)
  604. gleichzeitig [adjective] (simultaneous)
  605. verstehen [verb] (to understand)
  606. Untersuchung [noun] (investigation) The noun Untersuchung is derived from the verb untersuchen (which means “to investigate”).
  607. ermöglichen [verb] (to make possible)
  608. Karte [noun] (card)
  609. Jahrhundert [noun] (century) This is another German compound noun. It is formed from Jahr (“year”) and Hundert (“hundred”).
  610. jugendliche [adjective] (youthful)
  611. toll [adjective] (great)
  612. Beitrag [noun] (contribution)
  613. hängen [verb] (to hang)
  614. Betrieb [noun] (operation)
  615. richten [verb] (to direct)
  616. diesmal [adverb] (this time)
  617. Tür [noun] (door)
  618. umfassen [verb] (to encompass)
  619. vorbei [adjective] (over)
  620. notwendig [adjective] (necessary)
  621. sieben [numeral] (seven)
  622. hören [verb] (to hear)
  623. niemand [pronoun] (nobody)
  624. Vorschlag [noun] (proposal)
  625. dein [pronoun] (your)
  626. erkennen [verb] (to recognize)
  627. erheblich [adjective] (considerable)
  628. verbessern [verb] (to enhance)
  629. Maßnahme [noun] (measure, tactic)
  630. langsam [adjective] (slow)
  631. Vorstand [noun] (board of directors)
  632. Beamter [noun] (officer)
  633. Papier [noun] (paper) Like its English counterpart, this German word originates from the Latin word “papȳrus”.
  634. absolut [adjective] (absolute)
  635. Tor [noun] (gate)
  636. Gesetz [noun] (law) This German noun originated from the noun setzen which means “to set” or “to settle”.
  637. Arzt [noun] (doctor)
  638. Gesicht [noun] (face)
  639. Nacht [noun] (night)
  640. Konzern [noun] (business group)
  641. Qualität [noun] (quality)
  642. je [adverb] (ever)
  643. ansonsten [adverb] (otherwise)
  644. speziell [adjective] (special)
  645. besuchen [verb] (to visit)
  646. darüber [adverb] (above it, about it)
  647. Gerät [noun] (device)
  648. teilweise [adverb] (partially) The adverb teilweise is formed by adding the suffix -weise to the noun Teil (which means part “part”). This is covered in more details in this guide to German adverbs.
  649. Samstag [noun] (Saturday)
  650. offiziell [adjective] (official)
  651. Verhandlung [noun] (negotiation) The noun Verhandlung comes from the verb verhandeln which means “to negotiate”.
  652. Rest [noun] (rest)
  653. selten [adjective] (rare)
  654. verkaufen [verb] (to sell)
  655. Unterstützung [noun] (support)
  656. rein [adjective] (pure)
  657. präsentieren [verb] (to present)
  658. rufen [verb] (to call)
  659. Wohnung [noun] (apartment)
  660. Union [noun] (union)
  661. Auswahl [noun] (selection)
  662. bestimmt [adjective] (certain)
  663. Sieg [noun] (victory)
  664. kündigen [verb] (to give notice, to cancel a contract)
  665. Konzept [noun] (concept)
  666. Börse [noun] (stock exchange)
  667. Fahrer [noun] (driver)
  668. Mädchen [noun] (girl) This German noun means “girl”. It is formed from the derivative of the Modern High German noun “Magd” which means “maid” and the diminutive “-chen”. Here, by adding this diminutive the grammatical gender of this word changes from feminine to neuter. In fact, the gender of German nouns is often related to the word ending.
  669. Ermittlung [noun] (investigation)
  670. per [preposition] (by)
  671. Hintergrund [noun] (background)
  672. Kraft [noun] (power)
  673. Form [noun] (form)
  674. nämlich [adjective] (same)
  675. Bundesregierung [noun] (federal government)
  676. Krieg [noun] (war)
  677. sichern [verb] (to secure)
  678. weltweit [adjective] (worldwide)
  679. Mutter [noun] (mother)
  680. vorstellen [verb] (to represent, to introduce)
  681. Tat [noun] (deed)
  682. passieren [verb] (to happen)
  683. verlaufen [verb] (to get lost)
  684. Gewinn [noun] (profit)
  685. lernen [verb] (to learn)
  686. sperren [verb] (to close off, to bar)
  687. verlangen [verb] (to ask for)
  688. individuell [adjective] (individual)
  689. Ursache [noun] (cause)
  690. daraufhin [adverb] (thereupon)
  691. lesen [verb] (to read)
  692. bisherig [adjective] (previous)
  693. deutsche [adjective] (German)
  694. technisch [adjective] (technical) This adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-isch” to the noun “Technik” which means “technology”. It originates from the Greek noun “technikós”. In Germany, higher education institutions focusing on applied sciences such as engineering are called “Technische Hochschule”.
  695. Wirtschaft [noun] (economy)
  696. erzielen [verb] (to achieve)
  697. entscheidend [adjective] (decisive)
  698. warnen [verb] (to warn)
  699. Sprache [noun] (language) This German word has similar forms in several other Germanic languages. In Swedish for instance the corresponding word is “språk”. See this language comparison of German and Swedish.
  700. Schwerpunkt [noun] (focus)
  701. teuer [adjective] (dear)
  702. privat [adjective] (private)
  703. gestalten [verb] (to shape)
  704. Staatsanwaltschaft [noun] (public prosecutor's office)
  705. leiden [verb] (to suffer)
  706. Gott [noun] (God)
  707. Experte [noun] (expert)
  708. Lage [noun] (situation)
  709. Risiko [noun] (risk)
  710. Stimmung [noun] (mood)
  711. Unfall [noun] (accident)
  712. vollständig [adjective] (complete)
  713. benutzen [verb] (to use)
  714. ebenso [adverb] (just the same, equally)
  715. Aktion [noun] (action)
  716. viele [adjective] (many)
  717. Sommer [noun] (summer)
  718. Vorteil [noun] (advantage)
  719. zuletzt [adverb] (finally)
  720. gründen [verb] (to build)
  721. Diskussion [noun] (discussion)
  722. schwach [adjective] (weak)
  723. lieben [verb] (to love)
  724. erstellen [verb] (to create)
  725. Farbe [noun] (color)
  726. Gefahr [noun] (danger)
  727. ständig [adjective] (constant)
  728. Band [noun] (band)
  729. scheitern [verb] (to fail)
  730. Herr [noun] (man) This word is a more formal synonym of “Mann” which means “man”. It is also used as the conventional title of respect to address a man, equivalent to the English term “Mr”.
  731. mindestens [adverb] (at least)
  732. prüfen [verb] (to examine)
  733. Ausstellung [noun] (exhibition)
  734. Richtung [noun] (direction)
  735. rot [adjective] (red)
  736. Voraussetzung [noun] (assumption, requirement)
  737. grüne [adjective] (green) This adjective is also used as a proper noun to describe the green political party in Germany: “die Grünen”.
  738. hin [adverb] (there)
  739. Liste [noun] (list)
  740. täglich [adjective] (daily) The adjective täglich is formed by adding the suffix -lich (which indicates repetition) to the noun Tag which means “day”.
  741. nötig [adjective] (necessary)
  742. beschließen [verb] (to conclude)
  743. häufig [adjective] (frequent)
  744. Grundlage [noun] (basis)
  745. Kampf [noun] (fight)
  746. konkret [adjective] (tangible)
  747. Sinn [noun] (sense)
  748. Nachmittag [noun] (afternoon)
  749. Trainer [noun] (coach)
  750. Tod [noun] (death)
  751. Fehler [noun] (mistake)
  752. Suche [noun] (search)
  753. Bau [noun] (construction)
  754. breit [adjective] (wide)
  755. Modell [noun] (model)
  756. fördern [verb] (to further)
  757. Fenster [noun] (window)
  758. Klasse [noun] (class)
  759. Freund [noun] (friend)
  760. Besuch [noun] (visit)
  761. normal [adjective] (ordinary)
  762. Behörde [noun] (authority)
  763. ausschließen [verb] (to exclude)
  764. Analyst [noun] (analyst)
  765. ruhig [adjective] (quiet)
  766. Nachricht [noun] (news)
  767. lassen [verb] (to allow, to let)
  768. Saison [noun] (season)
  769. geraten [verb] (to turn out)
  770. Wettbewerb [noun] (competition)
  771. zumindest [adverb] (at least)
  772. erfahren [adjective] (experienced)
  773. Kontakt [noun] (contact)
  774. Vater [noun] (father)
  775. Krise [noun] (crisis)
  776. Erwartung [noun] (expectation) The word Erwartung come from the verb erwarten which means “to expect”.
  777. profitieren [verb] (to benefit)
  778. Zug [noun] (train)
  779. fortsetzen [verb] (to continue)
  780. erleiden [verb] (to suffer)
  781. einrichten [verb] (to establish)
  782. Wochenende [noun] (weekend) This German word is formed by combining the word “Woche” (which means “week”) and the word “Ende” (which means “end”).
  783. kritisieren [verb] (to criticize)
  784. Werk [noun] (work)
  785. wechseln [verb] (to change)
  786. Verlust [noun] (loss)
  787. Änderung [noun] (modification)
  788. Medium [noun] (medium)
  789. Stück [noun] (piece)
  790. heutig [adjective] (today's)
  791. zufrieden [adjective] (satisfied)
  792. Liebe [noun] (love)
  793. Bahn [noun] (route)
  794. schwarz [adjective] (black)
  795. längst [adverb] (long ago)
  796. Hamburg [proper noun] (Hamburg)
  797. wünschen [verb] (to wish)
  798. Bedeutung [noun] (meaning)
  799. tief [adjective] (deep)
  800. Sachschaden [noun] (damage) The word Sachschaden is a compound noun created from Sache (“thing”) and Schaden (“damage”). It is a German vocabulary word that is most often used when dealing with insurance claims.
  801. erklären [verb] (to explain)
  802. hingegen [adverb] (on the other hand)
  803. gern [adverb] (gladly)
  804. Meinung [noun] (opinion)
  805. zugleich [adverb] (at the same time)
  806. herzlich [adjective] (warm) The adjective herzlich is formed by adding the suffix -lich to the noun Herz (“heart”). You will find this word most commonly used in the phrase “Herzlich Willkommen” which means “warm welcome”.
  807. Zusammenarbeit [noun] (cooperation) A compound noun formed by combining the adverb zusammen (“together”) and the noun Arbeit (“work”).
  808. tatsächlich [adjective] (actual) The word tatsächlich can be used either as an adjective or as an adverb. It is formed by applying the suffix -lich to the noun Tatsache (“fact”).
  809. Zeitung [noun] (newspaper) This German noun is not formed with the suffix -ung as one could expect, but has its origin in the Middle High German word zīdung which means “news”.
  810. ziemlich [adverb] (quite)
  811. darin [adverb] (in it)
  812. schützen [verb] (to defend)
  813. los [adjective] (off)
  814. Reise [noun] (journey)
  815. grundsätzlich [adjective] (fundamental, on principle)
  816. Trend [noun] (trend)
  817. leisten [verb] (to perform a task)
  818. verschwinden [verb] (to disappear)
  819. meinen [verb] (to think)
  820. vertreten [verb] (to represent)
  821. rücken [verb] (to move)
  822. Technik [noun] (technology)
  823. trotz [preposition] (in spite of)
  824. Mal [noun] (time)
  825. Körper [noun] (body)
  826. Unterschied [noun] (difference)
  827. Mehrheit [noun] (majority)
  828. behandeln [verb] (to treat)
  829. Material [noun] (material)
  830. Runde [noun] (round)
  831. Luft [noun] (air)
  832. begrüßen [verb] (to welcome)
  833. Fan [noun] (fan)
  834. Grad [noun] (degree)
  835. Spur [noun] (trace)
  836. drehen [verb] (to turn)
  837. glauben [verb] (to believe)
  838. erweitern [verb] (to extend)
  839. Alternative [noun] (alternative)
  840. Mittel [noun] (agent)
  841. Arbeitsplatz [noun] (workplace)
  842. äußern [verb] (to express)
  843. Europa [proper noun] (Europe)
  844. erfüllen [verb] (to fill)
  845. Wetter [noun] (weather)
  846. Boden [noun] (ground)
  847. Patient [noun] (patient)
  848. erleben [verb] (to experience)
  849. Hinweis [noun] (hint)
  850. zuerst [adverb] (first)
  851. sogenannter [adjective] (so-called)
  852. offenbar [adjective] (apparent)
  853. wann [adverb] (when)
  854. München [proper noun] (Munich)
  855. Streit [noun] (dispute)
  856. werfen [verb] (to throw)
  857. entdecken [verb] (to discover)
  858. Start [noun] (start)
  859. Beginn [noun] (beginning)
  860. verlassen [verb] (to leave)
  861. Morgen [noun] (morning)
  862. fertig [adjective] (ready)
  863. zuständig [adjective] (competent)
  864. leiten [verb] (to lead)
  865. Menge [noun] (quantity)
  866. Licht [noun] (light)
  867. finanziell [adjective] (financial)
  868. amerikanisch [adjective] (American)
  869. sparen [verb] (to save up)
  870. erstmals [adverb] (for the first time)
  871. endgültig [adjective] (final) This adjective is formed by combining the noun “Ende” which means “end” and the word “gültig” which means “valid”.
  872. insbesondere [adverb] (in particular)
  873. Haben [noun] (credit)
  874. Rahmen [noun] (frame)
  875. günstig [adjective] (favourable) This adjective is formed by adding the suffix “-ig” to the noun “Gunst” which means “favor”. It can also mean “affordable” or “cheap”. As such this German word is frequently used in advertisements.
  876. geplant [adjective] (planned)
  877. Produktion [noun] (production)
  878. wesentlich [adjective] (significant)
  879. organisieren [verb] (to organize)
  880. Feuer [noun] (fire)
  881. Verletzung [noun] (injury)
  882. Soldat [noun] (soldier)
  883. verhalten [adjective] (restrained)
  884. festnehmen [verb] (to arrest)
  885. ausschließlich [adjective] (exclusive)
  886. Funktion [noun] (function)
  887. Zuschauer [noun] (viewer)
  888. gefährlich [adjective] (dangerous) This German word is formed by applying the suffix “-lich” to the noun “Gefahr” which means “danger”.
  889. betreiben [verb] (to operate)
  890. Michael [proper noun] (Michael)
  891. Baum [noun] (tree)
  892. bezahlen [verb] (to pay)
  893. beteiligen [verb] (to participate)
  894. laufend [verb] (constantly)
  895. Kontrolle [noun] (control)
  896. nah [adjective] (close)
  897. Gefühl [noun] (feeling)
  898. wirtschaftlich [adjective] (economical)
  899. Anmeldung [noun] (registration)
  900. anzeigen [verb] (to display) This verb can also mean “to report someone” in the context of law.
  901. Vorjahr [noun] (year)
  902. begleiten [verb] (to accompany)
  903. Traum [noun] (dream)
  904. sozial [adjective] (social)
  905. Auftrag [noun] (assignment)
  906. Wagen [noun] (car)
  907. überprüfen [verb] (to check)
  908. hierzu [adverb] (hereto)
  909. regelmäßig [adjective] (regular)
  910. Bürger [noun] (citizen)
  911. Veränderung [noun] (change)
  912. Ausgabe [noun] (edition)
  913. Dorf [noun] (village)
  914. beschreiben [verb] (to describe)
  915. historisch [adjective] (historical)
  916. dich [pronoun] (you)
  917. Vergleich [noun] (comparison)
  918. Prozess [noun] (process)
  919. weg [adverb] (away)
  920. Reihe [noun] (row)
  921. Hersteller [noun] (manufacturer)
  922. belegen [verb] (to document)
  923. Glück [noun] (happiness)
  924. Einrichtung [noun] (facility)
  925. kämpfen [verb] (to fight)
  926. Mitte [noun] (middle)
  927. Präsident [noun] (president)
  928. Junge [noun] (boy)
  929. aktiv [adjective] (active)
  930. vermeiden [verb] (to avoid)
  931. Wirkung [noun] (effect)
  932. durchaus [adverb] (absolutely)
  933. Regelung [noun] (regulation)
  934. Ausbildung [noun] (education)
  935. verbieten [verb] (to forbid)
  936. Handel [noun] (trade)
  937. eng [adjective] (narrow)
  938. greifen [verb] (to grab)
  939. klettern [verb] (to climb)
  940. Behandlung [noun] (treatment)
  941. Nachfrage [noun] (demand)
  942. zerstören [verb] (to destroy)
  943. Schutz [noun] (protection)
  944. Artikel [noun] (article)
  945. automatisch [adjective] (automatic)
  946. Service [noun] (service)
  947. Publikum [noun] (audience)
  948. Bevölkerung [noun] (population)
  949. beraten [verb] (to discuss)
  950. Parlament [noun] (parliament)
  951. stets [adverb] (always)
  952. Strecke [noun] (route)
  953. Protest [noun] (protest)
  954. vielmehr [adverb] (rather)
  955. unterdessen [adverb] (meanwhile)
  956. Forderung [noun] (a demand)
  957. umfangreich [adjective] (extensive) The word umfangreich is a compound adjective which is formed by combining the noun Umfang (which means “scope”) and the adjective reich (which means “rich”).
  958. Führung [noun] (leadership) The word Führung is formed by adding the suffix -ung to the verb führen (“to lead”). This vocabulary term is most often used in the context of business when describing the leadership or management of a company.
  959. zentral [adjective] (central)
  960. jährlich [adjective] (yearly)
  961. Computer [noun] (computer)
  962. massiv [adjective] (solid)
  963. reden [verb] (to talk)
  964. Bewegung [noun] (motion) The noun Bewegung is formed by adding the suffix -ung to the verb bewegen (“to move”).
  965. kaufen [verb] (to buy)
  966. retten [verb] (to rescue)
  967. Vorbereitung [noun] (preparation) The word Vorbereitung comes from the verb vorbereiten (“to prepare”).
  968. Gegner [noun] (opponent)
  969. neun [numeral] (nine)
  970. erlauben [verb] (to allow)
  971. gesetzlich [adjective] (lawful)
  972. Hund [noun] (dog)
  973. verdienen [verb] (to earn)
  974. festlegen [verb] (to determine)
  975. Anteil [noun] (share)
  976. Kunst [noun] (art)
  977. Hotel [noun] (hotel)
  978. mussten [verb] (had to)
  979. passen [verb] (to fit)
  980. Vorstellung [noun] (idea)
  981. Fahrt [noun] (ride)
  982. sowie [conjunction] (such as)
  983. fühlen [verb] (to feel)
  984. lauten [verb] (to sound)
  985. recht [adjective] (to the right)
  986. weitgehend [adjective] (extensive)
  987. Hälfte [noun] (half)
  988. klingen [verb] (to ring)
  989. Prüfung [noun] (examination) This German word comes from the verb “prüfen” which means “to examine”.
  990. Branche [noun] (industry)
  991. Peter [proper noun] (Peter)
  992. empfehlen [verb] (to recommend)
  993. untersuchen [verb] (to investigate)
  994. Zeitpunkt [noun] (time) This compound noun is formed by combining the noun “Zeit” which means “time” and the noun “Punkt” which means “point”. As such it refers to a specific point in time.
  995. Wachstum [noun] (growth)
  996. Position [noun] (position)
  997. russisch [adjective] (Russian)
  998. möglicherweise [adverb] (possibly)
  999. Verantwortung [noun] (responsibility)
  1000. Anfrage [noun] (request) This German word is formed by adding the prefix “an-” to the noun “Frage” which means “question”.
  1001. ablehnen [verb] (to decline)
  1002. übrigens [adverb] (by the way, apart from that)
  1003. Ausnahme [noun] (exception)
  1004. bitten [verb] (to request)
  1005. hierbei [adverb] (hereby)
  1006. töten [verb] (to kill)
  1007. Reaktion [noun] (reaction)
  1008. erinnern [verb] (to remind)
  1009. stoßen [verb] (to push)
  1010. wohnen [verb] (to live)
  1011. Zimmer [noun] (room)
  1012. zustimmen [verb] (to agree)
  1013. immerhin [adverb] (anyhow, after all)
  1014. mancher [pronoun] (many, some)
  1015. Partie [noun] (match)
  1016. ehemalig [adjective] (former)
  1017. Beratung [noun] (discussion)
  1018. erheben [verb] (to raise)
  1019. vermutlich [adjective] (suspected)
  1020. Verkauf [noun] (sale)
  1021. praktisch [adjective] (practical)
  1022. unklar [adjective] (unclear)
  1023. eindeutig [adjective] (unambiguous)
  1024. Koalition [noun] (coalition)
  1025. Linie [noun] (line)
  1026. indes [adverb] (however)
  1027. Museum [noun] (museum)
  1028. verfolgen [verb] (to pursue)
  1029. gefährden [verb] (to endanger)
  1030. bestellen [verb] (to order)
  1031. plötzlich [adjective] (sudden)
  1032. Partner [noun] (partner)
  1033. bedürfen [verb] (to require)
  1034. Anspruch [noun] (claim, demand)
  1035. Thomas [proper noun] (Thomas)
  1036. erleichtern [verb] (to facilitate)
  1037. laden [verb] (to load)
  1038. Weise [noun] (way)
  1039. Polizist [noun] (police)
  1040. Freude [noun] (joy)
  1041. Zeichen [noun] (sign)
  1042. Anstieg [noun] (rise)
  1043. Planung [noun] (planning) This German noun is formed from the verb “planen” which means “to plan”, through the addition of the suffix “-ung”. In addition to meaning “performance”, this German word can also mean “service”.
  1044. Schiff [noun] (ship)
  1045. geeignet [adjective] (suitable)
  1046. aufgrund [preposition] (because of)
  1047. Natur [noun] (nature)
  1048. klären [verb] (to clear up)
  1049. stattdessen [adverb] (instead)
  1050. scharf [adjective] (sharp)
  1051. übrig [adjective] (remaining, residual)
  1052. Aufbau [noun] (construction)
  1053. niedrig [adjective] (low)
  1054. verzichten [verb] (to give up)
  1055. Nähe [noun] (nearness)
  1056. rennen [verb] (to run)
  1057. Schweizer [noun] (a Swiss person)
  1058. erzählen [verb] (to tell)
  1059. ausbauen [verb] (to extend)
  1060. reduzieren [verb] (to reduce)
  1061. leer [adjective] (empty)
  1062. wahr [adjective] (true)
  1063. Herbst [noun] (autumn) This German word originates from the Old High German word “herbisto” which means “harvest”.
  1064. jederzeit [adverb] (anytime, always) This adverb is formed by combining the pronoun “jeder” which means “any” and the noun “Zeit” which means “time”.
  1065. fliegen [verb] (to fly)
  1066. riesig [adjective] (gigantic)