not

not
(Adj.)
[no:d/noud]
dringend erforderlich, nötig, notwendig (...es daad not, dass ma an Garten giassn; ...a gscheits Essen wär jetzt not)

Bayrische Wörterbuch von Rupert Frank . 2014.

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