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Sieg heil

[zeek hahyl] /zik ˈhaɪl/
interjection, German.
hail to victory: a salute used by the Nazis. Unabridged
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Sieg Heil

/ziːk hail/
hail to victory: a Nazi salute, often accompanied by the raising of the right arm
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Sieg Heil


Nazi salute, German, literally "hail victory;" from German Sieg "victory," from Old High German sigu (see Siegfried), second element from Proto-Germanic *hailitho (see health).

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