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Proto-Germanic: *randō, *randa-z, *rinda-n, *randian- vb., *rindan- vb., *rindiō(n), *rindian- vb., *rund=
Meaning: edge, rim, crust; cut, tear
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: rɔnd 'Rand, Einfassung, Schild(rand), Schildbuckel'
Norwegian: rind 'Streifen'
Old English: rendan '(zer)reissen, schneiden'; gerendrian 'abschälen'; rand 'Rand, Einfassung, Schild(rand), Schildbuckel'; berind(r)an 'abrinden'; rind(e) 'Rinde'
English: rind; to rend
Old Frisian: renda '(zer)reissen, schneiden', rend 'Riss, Zerrissung, Verletzung'
Old Saxon: rinda 'Rinde'; rand 'Rand, Einfassung, Schild(rand), Schildbuckel'
Middle Dutch: rinde, rende 'Rinde', runde, run(ne) 'Rinde, Gerberlohe'
Dutch: run 'Gerberlohe'
Middle Low German: rinde 'Rinde'; rende 'Zerbrochenes'
Low German: hess. runde 'Schorf'
Old High German: rinta (8.Jh.) 'Rinde, Borke, Kruste'; rant 'Rand, Einfassung, Schild(rand), Schildbuckel; { birinten, pirintan 'abrinden' }
Middle High German: rinde, rinte st/wk. f. 'Rinde'; rant, gen. -des st. m. 'Rand, Einfassung, Schild(rand), Schildbuckel'
German: Rinde f.; elsäss. Runge, schweiz. Runde, Runge '(Käse)rinde'
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *rent-
Meaning: to cut, to square
Old Indian: rándhra- n. 'slit, split, opening, hole, fissure'
Baltic: *reñt- (-ja-) vb. tr., *rañt-ī̂- vb., *rañt-a-, *reñt-a- c., *rañt-(s)t-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *rand-ō f., *rand-a- m., *rind-a- n., *rand-ia- vb., *rind-a- vb., *rind-iō(n-) f., *rind-ia- vb., *rund=
Russ. meaning: разрубать, обтесывать
References: Fraenkel 723
Comments: Ind. rándhra- < *rent-dhro- (but cf. also *lem-, *lemǝ-).
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *reñt- (-ja-) vb. tr., *rañt-ī̂- vb., *rañt-a-, *reñt-a- c., *rañt-(s)t-iā̃ f., -i- c.
Meaning: cut, square
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rę̃sti (-čia, -tē) 'kerben, mit der Axt behauen, behacken, fällen, spalten, zurechthauen, zimmern (eine Hütte im Blockbau)', intens. rantī́ti, rañta-s, reñta-s, -i-s 'Kimme, Kerbe usw.'
Lettish: ap=riest 'abhauen, kürzen; besäumen'; nùo=riest 'abhauen, kürzen; abschneiden', ruotît 'quer durchhauen, durchschneidenƛ kerben, scheide', rùoste, rùosts2 (gen. -s) 'Hosengurt; der angenähte untere Rand des Kleides'
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 1614
Root: rendh-
English meaning: to tear
German meaning: `(zer)reißen'
Material: Ai. rándhram `Öffnung, Spalt, Нöhle'; ags. rendan `zerreißen', mnd. rende `Zerbrochenes'; ahd. rinda, rinta, nhd. Rinde, ags. rind(e) f. `Rinde, Kruste', ablaut. mnl. hess. runde f. `Wundschorf'.
References: WP. II 372, 374.
Pages: 865
PIE database: PIE database
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