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Proto-Germanic: *xnītan- vb., *xnaitōn- vb., *xnitVl=
Meaning: scratch, break, wound
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hnīta st. `stossen', hneita `stossen, beleidigen', hnitol`stössig, cornipetus'
Norwegian: nita `stechen, schmerzen'
Old English: hnīta `stossen, zusammenstossen'
Old Saxon: hnītan `stossen', of-hnītan `wegreissen'
Middle Dutch: nīten `slaan, klinken'
Dutch: dial. nijten `met de horens stoten; dwarsdrijven, lastig zijn'
Middle Low German: niten `stoten', netel `stössig, cornipetus'
Proto-Germanic: *xnōjan- vb., *xnōwō(n), *xnōdV́-
Meaning: cut, slot
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Saxon: hnōa `Fuge'
Old High German: (h)nuot (9.Jh.) `Verbindung, Ritze, Fuge'; nuoen; (h)nuoa `Fuge' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: nüejel, nüegel st. n. 'fug-, nutgobel' { nüejen `durch Schaben glätten, genau zusammenfügen' }; nuot st. f. 'zusammenfügung zweier bretter, fuge'
German: Nut f., Nute f.
Proto-Germanic: *xnuki-z
Meaning: smell
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hnük-r m. `Gestank' (= fnükr, knükr, nükr, snükr)
Norwegian: nük
Proto-Germanic: *xnut f., *xnutō, *xnuti-z f.
Meaning: nut
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hnot, pl. hnötr f. `Nuss'
Norwegian: not
Swedish: nöt
Danish: nöd
Old English: hnutu, -e f. `nut'
English: nut
Middle Dutch: not, notte, nōte, nuete f.
Dutch: noot m., f., dial. neut
Middle Low German: not, nōte
Old High German: (h)nuʒ (um 800)
Middle High German: nuʒ st. f. 'schalenfrucht wie nuss, mandel'
German: Nuss
Proto-Germanic: *xnū́ɵ=
Meaning: bar, stake
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hnūɵō f. (n) Cod. A (hnūtō Cod. B) `tip of prod'
Old Norse: hnūδ-r `Stange, Pfahl'
Old Swedish: nūdher `Block, Klotz'
Proto-Germanic: *xōbṓ
Meaning: piece of land
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Saxon: hōva `Stück Land'
Middle Dutch: hoeve `landstuk van bepaalde grootte, hofstede'
Dutch: hoeve f.
Middle Low German: hōve
Old High German: huoba (8.Jh.) `Stück Land von einem gewissen Masse'
Middle High German: huobe, md. hūfe st./wk. f. 'stück land von einem gewissen masse, hufe'
German: Hufe f., obd. Hube
Proto-Germanic: *xōb=, *xōf=
Meaning: measure, to fit, pass
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: gahōbains f. (i) `self-control'
Old Norse: hōf n. `rechtes Mass, Geziemendes'; hȫfa wk. `zielen, passen, sich schicken',
Swedish: hov; höva-s vb.
Old Danish: hov
Old English: { bihōf `Behuf, Nutzen; Not, Mangel'; behōfian }
Old Frisian: bihōf `Behuf, Nutzen; Not, Mangel'; bihōvia
Middle Dutch: behoven, behoeven
Middle Low German: behōf `Behuf, Vorteil'; behōven, hȫven
Old High German: bihuobida `Übermut; Bedürfnis'
Middle High German: behuof st. m. (md. behūf, ndrh. behōf) 'geschäft, gewerbe; zweck, absicht; vorteil; wessen man bedarf, was nützlich ist'
German: { Behuf }
Proto-Germanic: *xōda-z; *xattu-z; *xattiōn; ? *xadr=; *xōdō, *xōdēn- vb.
Meaning: hood
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hɔtt-r m. `Hut, Kapuze'; hetta f. `Kapuze'
Norwegian: hatt `Hut', hott `Hauphaar', hetta
Swedish: hatt; hätta
Danish: hat; hätte
Old English: hōd m. `Kappe', hätt `der Hut'; hädre `sorglich, ängslich'; hōd `Obhut'
English: hood; hat
Old Frisian: hōd; hat; hōde, hūde `Obhut'
Old Saxon: hōd
Middle Dutch: hoet; hoede `hoede, bewaking, bewaring, bezit, voorzorg, wachter, bewaarplaats, aandacht, vrees, veilige plaats'
Dutch: hoed; hoede f.
Middle Low German: hōt; hȫde `Bewachung, Wache, Schutz, Hütung des Viehs, Viehweide'
Old High German: huot m. `der Hut, Haube, Helm' (8.Jh.); huota `Bewachung' (um 1000); huotēn `behüten, bewachsen'
Middle High German: huot st. m. 'hut, mütze'; huot(e) st. f. `Schaden verhindernde Aufsicht und Vorsicht, Bewachung, Schutz, Fürsorge; Wächter, Hinterhalt'
German: Hut m.; Hut f.
Proto-Germanic: *xṓfa-z
Meaning: hoof
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hōf-r m. `Huf'
Norwegian: hov
Swedish: hov
Danish: hov
Old English: { hōf }
English: hoof
Old Frisian: hōf
Old Saxon: hōf
Middle Dutch: hoef
Dutch: hoef m.
Middle Low German: hōf
Old High German: huof (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: huof (-v-) st. m. 'huf'
German: Huf m.
Proto-Germanic: *xṓla-n; *xṓlōn- vb.
Meaning: vain speech, to slander
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *hōlōn wk. `slander'
Old Norse: hōl n. `Lob, Prahlerei', hȫla wk. `rühmen, prahlen'
Norwegian: dial. höla `schmeicheln, loben'
Old English: hōl, -es n. `vain speech, evil speaking without cause, calumny, slander', hōlian `to speak evil of, slander, calumniate'
Old High German: { huolen `täuschen' }
Proto-Germanic: *xōnaz, *xōniz, *xōnsi-; *xanēn; *xanjō, *xaninjō
Meaning: hen, cock
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hana m. (n) `cock, rooster'; CrimGot ano `gallina'
Old Norse: 1) pl. hȫns, hȫnsn, hȫnsni n. `Hühner'; 2) hani m. `Hahn'
Norwegian: 2) hane
Swedish: 1) höns, 2) hane
Danish: 1) höns, 2) hane
Old English: 2) hana, -an m. `cock', 3) { henn }
English: hen
Old Frisian: 2) hona
Old Saxon: 1) hōn, pl. hōner; 2) hano
Middle Dutch: 1) hoen, 2) hāne, 3) hene, hinne
Dutch: 1) hoen, pl. hoenders n., 2) haan m., 3) hen f.
Middle Low German: 3) henne, hinne, hēne
Old High German: 1) huon, pl. huonir (9.Jh.); 2) hano (8.Jh.), 3) henna (9.Jh.), henin (um 800)
Middle High German: 2) han(e) wk. m. 'hahn', 1) huon st. n. 'huhn', 3) henne st./wk. f. 'henne'
German: Hahn m., Huhn n., Henne f.
Proto-Germanic: *xṓrōn, *xṓra-z, *xṓra-n, *xōriō(n); *xarigō
Meaning: whore, adultery
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hōr-s m. (a) `fornicator, adulterer'
Old Norse: hōra f. `Hure'; hōr-r m. `Hurer'; hōr n. `Ehebruch'
Norwegian: hora; hor
Swedish: hora; hor
Danish: hore; hor
Old English: hōre, -an f. `whore, harlot', { hōr n. `overspel, echtbreuk' }
English: whore
Old Frisian: hōr n. `overspel, echtbreuk'
Middle Dutch: hoere `Hure', huerre `id.'
Dutch: hoer f. `Hure'
Middle Low German: hōre `Hure', horre `id.', herge, herie `Dirne'
Old High German: huora (9.Jh.) `Hure', huorra `id.'; (9.Jh.) huor n. `overspel, echtbreuk'
Middle High German: huore wk. f. 'hure'; huor st. n., m. 'ausserehelicher beischlaf, ehebruch, hurerei', huore st. f. 'ds.'
German: Hure; (older) Herge
Proto-Germanic: *xṓxēn, *xṓxil=
Meaning: plough
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hōha m. (n) `plough'
Old High German: huohili `aratiuncula'
Proto-Germanic: *xṓxi-, *xṓx=, *xōxi-; *xōkra-n
Meaning: mock
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: hōcor n. `Spott'
Old Saxon: over-hōhi `höhnend', hōhilīk `lächerlich'
Old High German: huohōn `spötten, höhnen', huoh `Spot, Hohn'
Middle High German: huoch (-h-) st. m. 'hohn, spott'
Proto-Germanic: *xrabna-z, *xrabba-z; *skra[b]Vn- vb.; *skra[b]a-n; *skrapa-n, *skrapVn- vb., *skrē[b]Vn- vb., *skarba-z, *skra[b]a-z
Meaning: raven
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hrafn m. `Rabe'; NIsl skrāfa `einen scharrenden Laut geben'; skrafa wk. `reden, plaudern'; skarf-r `Scharbe (Graeculus carbo)'; skrap n. `Rascheln, Geschwätz', skrapa wk. `lärmen, schwätzen'
Norwegian: ramn; dial. skrava `plaudern, krächzen', dial. skrɔva `knarren'; skarv `Scharbe'
Old Swedish: Run. haraßanaR
Swedish: ramsvart `rabenschwarz'; dial. skarv `Scharbe'
Danish: ravn; skarv `Scharbe'
Old English: hräfn `Rabe'; skräf `Seerabe'; hrämn, hrǟm
Old Saxon: -hravan; naht-ram `Nacheule'
Middle Dutch: rāve, rāven m.; schraven `schaben, scharren'
Dutch: raaf f.
Middle Low German: rāven, rāve
Old High German: (h)rabo (um 1100), (h)raban (9.Jh.), (h)ram (8.Jh.), (h)rappo (12.Jh.) `Rabe'; scarba, scarva f., scarbo m. `Seerabe'
Middle High German: raben st. m., rabe, rap, rapp(e) wk. m. 'Rabe'; scharbe wk. m., f. 'der schwimmtauche, die scharbe'
German: Rabe m.; { Scharbe }; Rappe m. `ravenzwart paard'
Proto-Germanic: *xraina-z
Meaning: reindeer
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hrein-n m. `Renntier'; hrein-dǖri
Norwegian: rein
Swedish: ren; rendjur
Danish: rensdür
Old English: hrān (hrǟn), -es m. `reindeer'
English: reindeer
German: Renntier
Proto-Germanic: *xrakjan- vb., *xraka-n
Meaning: manure, dung
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hrekja wk. `forttreiben, misshandeln'; hrak n. `wertloses Ding; Schimpfwort'
Norwegian: rak `Unrat, Tieraas'
Danish: dial. rag `Unrat'
Old Frisian: hreka `reissen'
Proto-Germanic: *xramásōn, -ēn
Meaning: ramson
IE etymology: IE etymology
Swedish: rams-lök
Danish: rams-lög
Old English: hramsa,-an m., hramse, -an f. `ramsons, broad-leavel gartlic (Allium ursinum)'
Middle English: ramese
English: dial. rams `wild garlic', ramson
Dutch: rams f.
Middle Low German: ramese, remese
German: bair. rams
Proto-Germanic: *xramjan- vb.
Meaning: *to hang
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *hramjan wk. `crucify'
Proto-Germanic: *xramō(n), -ēn, *xrami-z, *xramjan-, *xramn=, *xramma-z
Meaning: fence, sheaf
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hrefni n. `der fünfte Plankengang vom Kiel aus'; hremma wk. `fassen, klemmen, drücken'; hramm-r m. `Tatze, Klaue; Hand, Arm' (poet.)
Norwegian: remma `in die Klemme bringen'; ram
Swedish: ram(m)
Old Danish: ramme
Old English: hremman `hemmen, hindern'; hramma `Krampf'
Old Frisian: hrem-bend `Fessel'
Middle Dutch: rāme, raem m., rāme f. `omlijsting, raam, waarop iets gespannen wordt'; rēme `id.'; remmen `hemmen'
Dutch: raam n., dial. f.; { remmen }
Middle Low German: rāme m. `raam, omlisting'; ram(me) `Krampf'
Low German: remmen `hemmen'
Old High German: rama f. (um 1000) `Webe- oder Stickrahmen'
Middle High German: rame st. f., m., rame, rɛme, rɛm wk. m., f., st. f. 'rahmen zum sticken, weben, bortenwirken'
German: Rahmen m.
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