The 1500 most common Words in đŸ‡©đŸ‡Ș German

sein

(verb)

to be

werden

(verb)

will, to be going , forms the future tense

haben

(verb)

to have

mit

(adv.)

among, denotes a belonging of a person or a thing to a group

nicht

(adv.)

not, non-

auf

(adv.)

open

dies

(pron.)

Alternative form of dieses

auch

(adv.)

also, too, as well

können

(verb)

to be able , to have the possibility of, can.

sie

(pron.)

she

wir

(pron.)

we

ihr

(pron.)

you, ye

wie

(adv.)

how

aus

(adv.)

out

aber

(adv.)

again

nach

(adv.)

after, behind, later, next to

nur

(adv.)

only, just, merely, simply

man

(pron.)

one, you

noch

(adv.)

still, yet

Sie

(pron.)

you

durch

(adv.)

during, throughout, through

mĂŒssen

(verb)

to have to , must, to be obliged , to need .

kein

(pron.)

no, not a, not one, not any

was

(pron.)

what

ander

(adj.)

See anderer.

geben

(verb)

to give

sollen

(verb)

should, to be obligated , ought, shall

Jahr

(noun)

year

mehr

(pron.)

something more

dann

(adv.)

then, after that

gut

(adj.)

good

viel

(pron.)

much, a lot

neu

(adj.)

new

mein

(pron.)

genitive of ich

kommen

(verb)

to come, to arrive

machen

(verb)

to make, produce, create

erst

(adv.)

first, at first

wollen

(adj.)

wool, woolen, woollen

gehen

(verb)

to go, to walk

groß

(adj.)

big, large, large-scale

schon

(adv.)

already

immer

(adv.)

always

weit

(adj.)

wide

wieder

(adv.)

Indicates that the action taking place has happened before. again

hier

(adv.)

here, in this place, refers to an environment one is currently in, or to something within reach

unser

(pron.)

genitive of wir

ganz

(adj.)

entire, whole, complete

doch

(adv.)

after all, yet, however, nevertheless

sehen

(verb)

to see, to have sight

sagen

(verb)

to say

sehr

(adv.)

very

lassen

(verb)

to allow, to permit, to let

Mensch

(noun)

human, human being, man

finden

(verb)

to find, to discover

Zeit

(noun)

time

stehen

(verb)

to stand

denn

(adv.)

then, ever, but, now

selbst

(adv.)

even

also

(adv.)

then, thus, so, hence

ohne

(adv.)

without

nun

(adv.)

now, at this moment

deutsch

(adj.)

German

Kind

(noun)

kid, child

jetzt

(adv.)

now

etwas

(pron.)

something

stellen

(verb)

to put, to place, to position such that it stands upright

Tag

(noun)

day

nehmen

(verb)

to take

hoch

(adj.)

high, tall

Frau

(noun)

woman

bleiben

(verb)

to remain

wissen

(verb)

to know, to be aware of

heute

(adv.)

today

eigen

(adj.)

own, peculiar or private to someone, idiosyncratic, proper or proprietary

Frage

(noun)

question

Land

(noun)

country

klein

(adj.)

small, little, tiny, wee, small-scale

liegen

(verb)

to lie

solch

(pron.)

such

beide

(pron.)

both

wenig

(adj.)

little, few

dazu

(adv.)

in addition to it, in addition, besides

mal

(adv.)

times

Ihr

(pron.)

you

alt

(adj.)

old

nichts

(pron.)

nothing

zeigen

(verb)

to show, make see

bereits

(adv.)

already

dĂŒrfen

(verb)

to be allowed , to be permitted , may

bringen

(verb)

to bring, to fetch, to take, to convey, to bear

Fall

(noun)

fall, drop

tun

(verb)

To do .

halten

(verb)

to hold

Seite

(noun)

side

fĂŒhren

(verb)

to lead

jedoch

(adv.)

however, yet, nevertheless

einmal

(adv.)

once, one time

wichtig

(adj.)

important, relevant, significant, weighty

einfach

(adj.)

easy

mögen

(verb)

to like

wer

(pron.)

who

lang

(adj.)

long, lengthy

dort

(adv.)

there, yonder

Welt

(noun)

world

Mann

(noun)

man, male human being

Teil

(noun)

part, piece

Arbeit

(noun)

toil, regularly performed work, regularly pursued economic activity, labor, job, employment, occupation

politisch

(adj.)

political

gleich

(adj.)

equal

Problem

(noun)

problem

sprechen

(verb)

to speak

schreiben

(verb)

to write, to write out

natĂŒrlich

(adj.)

natural, normal

möglich

(adj.)

possible

spÀt

(adj.)

late

Uhr

(noun)

hours, o'clock

stark

(adj.)

strong

gerade

(adj.)

even

setzen

(verb)

to set, to put

zwar

(adv.)

Signals a following contrary clause, which is usually introduced with aber , stressing that the speaker is aware of the contradiction, but that it does not invalidate the statement.

nah

(adj.)

near , close, nearby

etwa

(adv.)

approximately

Ende

(noun)

end, finish

Art

(noun)

kind, sort, type )

allerdings

(adv.)

but, however

wirklich

(adj.)

real

denken

(verb)

to think

kurz

(adj.)

short, brief

Grund

(noun)

ground, land

wohl

(adv.)

possibly, probably, as I was told guess + clause)

Weg

(noun)

path, trail, track

dafĂŒr

(adv.)

for that, for it

gelten

(verb)

to be valid, to count, to hold true

erhalten

(verb)

to receive

Herr

(noun)

man, gentleman

verschieden

(adj.)

deceased

Wort

(noun)

word as an isolated unit

heißen

(verb)

to have a name, to be named, to be called, but implying that one “owns” this name, not necessarily that one goes by it

Beispiel

(noun)

example

jung

(adj.)

young

darauf

(adv.)

after

meist

(adj.)

superlative degree of viel , most

eigentlich

(adv.)

actually

schnell

(adj.)

quick, fast

bestehen

(verb)

to succeed, to pass

gehören

(verb)

to belong to, be the property of

zurĂŒck

(adv.)

back, backward, backwards, to the rear.

gar

(adj.)

cooked, done

Haus

(noun)

house

Bild

(noun)

image, picture, painting, photo

genau

(adj.)

exact

davon

(adv.)

from it, from that, therefrom, off it, off that

fast

(adv.)

almost, nearly

Thema

(noun)

topic, subject, issue

beginnen

(verb)

to begin, to commence, to be started

Entwicklung

(noun)

evolution

Stadt

(noun)

city

bekommen

(verb)

to receive, to get

sogar

(adv.)

even, actually, in fact

Staat

(noun)

country, state

oft

(adv.)

often

Recht

(noun)

a right, privilege

versuchen

(verb)

to try, attempt

besonders

(adv.)

especially, particularly

deshalb

(adv.)

therefore, for that , because of that

Geschichte

(noun)

history

scheinen

(verb)

to shine, to gleam

Buch

(noun)

book

richtig

(adj.)

correct, accurate, right

spielen

(verb)

) to play

Gott

(noun)

god

Möglichkeit

(noun)

possibility, likelihood

Information

(noun)

a piece of information, information, intelligence

fallen

(verb)

to fall, to drop

sozial

(adj.)

social

glauben

(verb)

to believe something

Leute

(noun)

people , folk , peeps , guys

Bereich

(noun)

area, realm, range, scope

Form

(noun)

shape

Ziel

(noun)

target

brauchen

(verb)

to need, to be in need of, to require

fragen

(verb)

to ask

Gesellschaft

(noun)

company

schön

(adj.)

beautiful, lovely, pretty, handsome

erreichen

(verb)

to reach, to catch, to accomplish

öffentlich

(adj.)

public

Hand

(noun)

hand

international

(adj.)

international

leben

(verb)

to live, to be alive

deutlich

(adj.)

articulate, clear

Person

(noun)

person, individual

klar

(adj.)

clear, transparent, bright

erklÀren

(verb)

to explain , to make clear

Woche

(noun)

week

verstehen

(verb)

to understand

europÀisch

(adj.)

European

Name

(noun)

name

Prozent

(noun)

percent

Gruppe

(noun)

group

bieten

(verb)

to offer, to present

gemeinsam

(adj.)

common, mutual, shared

nie

(adv.)

never, never at all

arbeiten

(verb)

to work

meinen

(verb)

to opine, to think, to believe, to suppose

fahren

(verb)

to go at speed

recht

(adj.)

right

schaffen

(verb)

to create, to produce, to make, to cause, to establish

sicher

(adj.)

safe, secure

schwer

(adj.)

heavy, weighty

Sinn

(noun)

sense

bestimmt

(adj.)

certain

vielleicht

(adv.)

perhaps, maybe

gegenĂŒber

(adv.)

on the opposite side

warum

(adv.)

why, for what reason

darĂŒber

(adv.)

above, above it/this/that

daher

(adv.)

from there

kaum

(adv.)

barely, hardly

nennen

(verb)

to name

zusammen

(adv.)

together, jointly

kennen

(verb)

to know, to be acquainted with, to be familiar with

einzeln

(adj.)

single, lone

suchen

(verb)

to search, to look for

erscheinen

(verb)

to appear

Auge

(noun)

eye

treffen

(verb)

to meet, to encounter

folgend

(adj.)

following, subsequent

frei

(adj.)

free, unenslaved, unimprisoned

entsprechend

(adj.)

corresponding

Monat

(noun)

month

leicht

(adj.)

light

Geld

(noun)

money

schließlich

(adv.)

in the end, finally, eventually

hin

(adv.)

Used to denote direction away from the speaker.

lesen

(verb)

to read

tragen

(verb)

to carry, to bear , to wear

Weise

(noun)

way, manner

System

(noun)

system

Regierung

(noun)

government , administration

Euro

(noun)

euro

entwickeln

(verb)

to develop, to gain

allein

(adj.)

alone

Partei

(noun)

political party

Stunde

(noun)

hour

handeln

(verb)

to act, to take action

eben

(adj.)

flat, smooth, even

Familie

(noun)

family

Interesse

(noun)

interest

Schule

(noun)

school , department/institute at a college or university, art movement, followers of a particular doctrine)

eher

(adv.)

rather, somewhat, quite

einzig

(adj.)

only, sole

Ergebnis

(noun)

result, outcome, conclusion, finding, fruit, consequence, upshot, answer

hören

(verb)

to hear through the ear)

Stelle

(noun)

place, stead, location, position, lieu

allgemein

(adj.)

general , universal

legen

(verb)

to lay, to put, to place, to position, so that it afterwards lies as opposed to being gesetzt, gestellt

Aufgabe

(noun)

task, duty, job, chore, responsibility, business, office

Text

(noun)

text

frĂŒh

(adj.)

early

Million

(noun)

million

Mitglied

(noun)

member

Beitrag

(noun)

contribution

entstehen

(verb)

to come into being, to arise, to be produced

Krieg

(noun)

war, warfare

direkt

(adj.)

direct, straight, without deviation or interruption

voll

(adj.)

full, filled

ĂŒberhaupt

(adv.)

overall, in general

laufen

(verb)

to walk, to jog, to run

folgen

(verb)

to follow

Film

(noun)

film

Erfahrung

(noun)

experience, event through which empirical knowledge is gained

Anfang

(noun)

start, beginning, origin

treten

(verb)

to step, to walk

Vater

(noun)

father

bisher

(adv.)

so far, until now, as yet

erkennen

(verb)

to recognize, perceive

daran

(adv.)

on it, on that

mehrere

(pron.)

multiple, several, more than one, a number of

verlieren

(verb)

to lose

Sache

(noun)

matter, affair, case, question, issue

Kommentar

(noun)

comment

Politik

(noun)

politics

fest

(adj.)

firm, compact, hard

schlecht

(adj.)

bad, evil, wicked

lange

(adv.)

long, for a long time

rund

(adj.)

round, rounded, similar as in English, especially:

zunÀchst

(adv.)

first, first of all, in the first place, to begin with, initially

oben

(adv.)

above

Folge

(noun)

sequence

helfen

(verb)

to help , to assist, to aid

Kraft

(noun)

power, force, strength

bedeuten

(verb)

to imply, to mean, to signify, to indicate, to spell, to betoken

außerdem

(adv.)

in addition, furthermore, besides

Mutter

(noun)

mother

Programm

(noun)

program

Rolle

(noun)

roll, reel, spool

hinter

(adv.)

over, to some place fairly nearby

ziehen

(verb)

to pull , to drag

Freund

(noun)

friend

tatsÀchlich

(adj.)

actual, real, factual

Situation

(noun)

situation, circumstances

Projekt

(noun)

project

Zahl

(noun)

number, numeral, figure

ebenso

(adv.)

equally, as much

persönlich

(adj.)

personal

Punkt

(noun)

dot

Spiel

(noun)

a game

Internet

(noun)

internet

Bedeutung

(noun)

meaning, sense

lieb

(adj.)

lovable, dear, darling, sweet, good-hearted, kind

dadurch

(adv.)

through it, through that

Hilfe

(noun)

help, aid

ebenfalls

(adv.)

also, likewise, as well

Datum

(noun)

date, datum

Ding

(noun)

thing

nÀmlich

(adj.)

same, either the same object or sometimes just the same type of object

innerhalb

(adv.)

within, inside

insbesondere

(adv.)

in particular, particularly

Ort

(noun)

place, location, point, position

Zukunft

(noun)

future or futurity

Raum

(noun)

space

lernen

(verb)

to learn

völlig

(adj.)

complete, total, utter

unterschiedlich

(adj.)

different, differing, varying

Entscheidung

(noun)

decision

anders

(adv.)

different, differently

Kirche

(noun)

church

offen

(adj.)

open

hÀufig

(adj.)

frequent

Sprache

(noun)

language

Gesetz

(noun)

law, legal act, bill, statute

leider

(adv.)

unfortunately

Antwort

(noun)

answer

Platz

(noun)

square, plaza, piazza

damals

(adv.)

at that time , at the time, then

Musik

(noun)

music

notwendig

(adj.)

necessary, essential, indispensable + accusative)

Rahmen

(noun)

frame, scope

fordern

(verb)

to demand, ask

Eltern

(noun)

parents

Jahrhundert

(noun)

a century

Wert

(noun)

value

Ă€hnlich

(adj.)

similar , alike, resembling

manch

(pron.)

many a, many, some

Zusammenhang

(noun)

coherence, cohesion

befinden

(verb)

to occupy a place, to be located, to be situated

enthalten

(verb)

to contain, comprise, include

Volk

(noun)

people, nation, folk, tribe, race

erwarten

(verb)

to expect, to consider likely

gewinnen

(verb)

to win, to be victorious

Blick

(noun)

glance, look

Liebe

(noun)

love

UniversitÀt

(noun)

university

Werk

(noun)

work, achievement

Meinung

(noun)

opinion

wesentlich

(adj.)

significant

nutzen

(verb)

to make use of, to deploy, to exploit, to harness, to take

schließen

(verb)

to shut, to close, to shut down

Idee

(noun)

idea

bekannt

(adj.)

known, familiar + accusative)

Mal

(noun)

time

darin

(adv.)

in it, in that, therein

Erfolg

(noun)

success

gesamt

(adj.)

total, whole, entire, overall, big

Tod

(noun)

death

Kopf

(noun)

head

gewiß

(adj.)

Formerly standard spelling of gewiss which was deprecated in the spelling reform of 1996.

aktuell

(adj.)

current, currently in action, live

sitzen

(verb)

to sit, to perch

sonst

(adv.)

otherwise

zusÀtzlich

(adj.)

additional, extra, supplementary

Begriff

(noun)

term, word

bilden

(verb)

to form, to train