Feind (from Middle High German vînt and Old High German fiant : " hating ") is a term for an adversary ; In older texts the term is regularly used as a synonym for the devil (as the greatest enemy of all). In military terminology, one speaks basically of the enemy instead of the opponent , without classifying the opponent as a monster or an object of hate.
Increases are the archenemy and the mortal enemy. Sometimes this is described as a hate figure (see also: ambivalence ), if you want to document that you look at someone shot has.
The terms are also related to this
- Enmity , the opposite of friendship
- Enemy love , affection for enemies among people
- Enemy criminal law , a term from criminal law
- Predator , a term from ecology
In the five-volume Deutsches Sprich emphasis-Lexikon ( Wanders Deutsches Sprich emphasis-Lexikon ) by Karl Friedrich Wilhelm Wander there are around 250 proverbs on enemy and enmity ( what enemies do (or cannot do) do (false or stupid) friends do ).
- ^ Karl Friedrich Wilhelm Wander: Deutsches Sprich emphasis-Lexikon, Vol. 1, Augsburg 1987; Emphasis