MEANING: noun: Yearning or longing.


ETYMOLOGY: From German Sehnsucht (longing or yearning), from sehnen (to long or yearn) + Sucht (craving or addiction). Earliest documented use: 1847.

SEIN SUCHT - 1. his needs; 2. I'm looking for that river through Paris

SEHN SUCH - they really want that kind of thing

SEHN AUCH "T" - they also crave those little golf-ball supports

[In a foreign language these tend to be a little strained]