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Meaning: "rule" | Query method: Match substring
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Proto-Germanic: *waldan-, *waldō, *walda-n, *walda-z, *waldia-n
Meaning: to rule
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: waldan st. `rule (a household); suffice', *ga-waldan st. `exercise authority over'
Old Norse: valda (olla < *wúlɵōn) `walten, herrschen; verursachen', vald n. `Macht, Gewalt'; veldi n. `Gewalt, Macht'; vald-r m. `Herrscher' (poet.)
Norwegian: valda vb.; vald; velde
Old Swedish: valda vb.
Swedish: vɔlla `verursachen'; vɔld; välde
Danish: volde vb.; vold; välde
Old English: geweald `Macht, Herrschaft'; wealdan
Old Frisian: wald, weld f., wald n. `Macht, Herrschaft', walda vb.
Old Saxon: giwald f. `Macht, Herrschaft'; waldan
Middle Dutch: ghewelt f. (/m., n.), ghewout f., n. `macht, kracht, wil, geweld', ghewelde; wouden
Dutch: geweld n., gewelde
Old Franconian: gewalt; waldan
Middle Low German: gewelde; walden, wolden
Old High German: waltan st. (8.Jh.) `Gewalt haben, herrschen, in Gewalt haben, besitzen, sorgen, pflegen, tun, bewirken', giwalt `Macht, Herrschaft'
Middle High German: walten, walden red. v. 'gewalt haben, herrschen; in gewalt haben, mächtig sein, besitzen, haben, gebrauchen; sich annehmen, sorgen für; unterrichten'
German: walten
germet-meaning,germet-got,

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