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Proto-Germanic: *sankila-z
Meaning: lace, tie
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: senkil (11.Jh.) `Ankel, Wurfnetz'
Middle High German: sënkel st. m. 'senkel, nestel; anker; trichterförmiges mit bleikugeln beschwertes zugnetz'
German: Senkel
Comments: Part of the meanings - from senken.
Proto-Germanic: *sarb=
Meaning: a fish
IE etymology: IE etymology
Swedish: sarv, pl. -ar `красноперка'
German: dial. Serben `Döbel'
Proto-Germanic: *sarwa-
Meaning: art, preparedness
Old English: searo 'Kunst(fertigkeit), Geschicklichkeit, List, Hinterhalt, Verrat, Kriegsmaschine, Ausrüstung, Geschirr'
Old Saxon: saro 'Anschlag'
Proto-Germanic: *sarwia-z, *sarwa-n, *sarwian- vb.
Meaning: armour
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: pl. sarwa n. `weapons, armor'
Old Norse: sörvi, pl. sörvar m. `Krieger'
Old English: searo, gen. searwes `Rüstung; Kunstfertigkeit, Kunst, List', sierwan `insidiari, planen'
Old Frisian: sera vb.
Old Saxon: saro `Rüstung, Kunstwerk'
Old High German: { saro, gen. sarawes st. n. `Rüstung, Kunswerk' }
Middle High German: sar, gen. -wes st. n. 'kriegsrüstung'
Proto-Germanic: *sauzá-, *sauzí-
Meaning: dry
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: sēar, sīere `sear, dry, withered, barren'
English: sear
Middle Dutch: soor `drog, dor'
Dutch: zoor `droog, scherp, ruw'
Middle Low German: sōr `trocken, dürr'
Old High German: sōrēn `verdrogen'
Middle High German: md. sōr 'trocken, dürr'; sōren '"sōr" sein od. werden'
Proto-Germanic: *saww=, *sawwia-
Meaning: juice, wet
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: NIsl söggur `vochtig'
Swedish: dial. sögg, sügg `etwas feucht'
Old English: sēaw `Saft'
Old High German: { sou `Saft' }
Proto-Germanic: *sáxra-z, *sagja-z, *sagjō(n)
Meaning: sedge, reed
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: secg m. `carex, gladiolus'
English: sedge
Dutch: zegge f.
Middle Low German: segge `carex'
Old High German: { sahar `Riedgrass' }
Middle High German: saher st. m. 'sumpfgrass, schilf'
Proto-Germanic: *saxti-z, *saxta-
Meaning: settlement, agreement
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: sātt, sǟtt f. `Vertrag, Vergleich; Friede', sātt-r `versöhnt, einig'
Norwegian: sätt sbs.
Old Swedish: sat, sätt sbs.; satter adj.
Old Danish: sät sbs.; sattär adj.
Old English: seht, -es m., -e f. `settlement, agreement, terms arranmged between two parties by an umpire, peace between two poers; peace, friendship', seht adj. `in agreement, agreed'
Proto-Germanic: *sēan-, *sēmēn, *sēdí-z, *sēdá-n
Meaning: sow, seed
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: sɛ̄an st. `sow, plant'; mana-sēɵ-s `world'
Old Norse: sā (prt. sera, söra) red. `säen'; sāδ f. `Spreu'; sāδ n. `Saat, Korn'
Norwegian: sɔ vb.; sɔd
Swedish: sɔ vb.; sɔdor `Kornabfall'
Danish: sɔ vb.; sɔ(d)er `Kornabfall'; sɔd
Old English: sāwan `säen'; sǟd n.
English: sow, seed
Old Frisian: sed
East Frisian: Fris e-sēn `gezaaid'
Old Saxon: sāian `säen', sāmo `Same'; sād n.
Middle Dutch: saeyen, sayen; saet n.
Dutch: zaaien; zaad n.
Middle Low German: sāt f. `het zaaien, zaadkorrel, zaadveld'
Old High German: sāen (8.Jh.), { sajen, sāwen `säen' }; sāmo (8.Jh.) m. `Same'; sāt f. (um 800) `das Säen, Saat'
Middle High German: sǟjen, sǟwen, sǟhen, sǟn sw. 'ausstreuen, säen, besäen'; sāt st. f. 'das Säen, die Aussaat, das ausgesäte Korn, Samenkorn, Getreideernte'; sām(e) wk. m. 'Samen, Samenkorn, männlicher Samen, Nachkommenschaft, Saat(feld), Feld'
German: säen, Saat f., Samen m.
Proto-Germanic: *sēdla-n
Meaning: sieve
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: sāld n. `Sieb'
Norwegian: sɔld
Swedish: sɔll
Danish: sɔld, sold
Comments: > Fin siekla `Sieb'
Proto-Germanic: *sēli-, *sēlia-, *sēliōn, *sēliɵō; *sōliz-
Meaning: good, happy
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: sēl-s (i/ja) `good, kind, useful'
Old Norse: sǟl-l `glücklich; bedauernswürdig'; sǟld f. `Glück'; sǟla f. `Glück'
Norwegian: säl; säla
Swedish: säll
Old Danish: säl
Old English: sǟl m., f. `Glück, Gelegenheit, richtige Zeit', (ge)sǟlig `glücklich', comp. sēlra, sup. sēlost `gut', adv. sēl `gut'; sǟlɵ `geluk'
English: silly
Old Saxon: sālig `glücklich, selig, gesegnet'; sāltha `geluk'
Middle Dutch: sālich, (oost) sēlich `gelukkig, zalig, vroom, argeloos, armzalig, heilzaam'; saelde `geluk'
Dutch: zalig
Old Franconian: sālig `beatus'
Middle Low German: sālich, sēlich
Old High German: sālig (8.Jh.) `glücklich, selig, gesegnet', sālida `geluk'
Middle High German: sǟlec, sǟlic 'glücklich, zum Glück bestimmt, gesegnet, glückbringend, heilsam, fromm'
German: selig
Proto-Germanic: *sēmi-
Meaning: half
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Saxon: sām-
Old High German: { sāmi }
Proto-Germanic: *siban- vb.; *safjan- vb., *sibōn
Meaning: notice, rejoice, taste
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *sifan wk. `rejoice'
Old Norse: sefi m. `Sinn, Gemüt'; sefa wk. `beruhigen'
Norwegian: seva `beruhigen'
Swedish: dial. säv' sä `sich beruhigen'
Old English: sefa, seofa `Gemüt, Sinn'; anseffian `begreifen'; af-sebbjan, an-sebbjan `wahrnehmen, bemerken'
Old Saxon: sevo `Sinn, Gemüt'; af-sebbian `wahrnehmen'; af-, biseffian `bemerken'
Middle Dutch: beseffen (besoef/besief; beseven) `smaken, ondervinden, gevoelen, bemerken, gewaar worden, begrijpen, kunnen, denken, vernemen, horen'
Dutch: beseffen
Old High German: { sebō `Gemüt, Sinn'; ant-, int-seffen `einsehen; schmecken; merken, wahrnehmen' }
Middle High German: sɛber st. m. 'schmecker, koster', besɛben st. 'mit den sinnen wahrnehmen, inne werden', entsɛben st./wk. 'mit dem geschmacke wahrnehmen'
Proto-Germanic: *sibí, *siftian- vb.
Meaning: sieve
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: sife, -es n. `sieve', siftan (-te) `to sift, pass through a sieve'
English: sieve, sift
East Frisian: WFris sou n., souwe f.
Middle Dutch: sēve m., n.?, f.
Dutch: zeef f.
Middle Low German: sēve n. `Sieb'; siften, sichten `sieben'
Old High German: sib n. (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: sip (-b-) st. n. 'sieb'
German: Sieb n.
Proto-Germanic: *sibjō
Meaning: race
Gothic: { sibja 'Verwantschaft' }
Old Norse: { pl. sifjar 'Verwandtschaft' }
Old English: sibb 'Verwandtschaft, Liebe, Freundschaft'; godsibb 'Pate'
English: gossip
Old Saxon: sibbia
Middle Dutch: sibbe
Dutch: sibbe
Middle Low German: sibbe
Old High German: sibba (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: sippe st. f. 'Blutverandtschaft, Verwandtschaftsgrad, angeborene Art'
German: Sippe f.
Proto-Germanic: *sibun
Meaning: num.: seven
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: sibun
Old Norse: sjau (nach *axtau)
Swedish: sju
Old English: seofon
English: seven
Old Saxon: siwun
Middle Dutch: sēven
Dutch: zeven
Middle Low German: sēven, sȫven
Old High German: sibun (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: siben (MD siven)
German: sieben
Proto-Germanic: *sidu-z
Meaning: custom
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: sidu-s m. (u) `custom'; *sidōn sis `practice'
Old Norse: siδ-r m. `Sitte; Kultgebrauch, Glaube'; siδa wk. `sittsam machen'
Norwegian: sed
Swedish: sed
Danish: säd
Old English: sidu, seodu; gisidian `anordnen, einrichten'
Old Frisian: side
Old Saxon: sidu; gi-sidon `zufügen, bereiten'
Middle Dutch: sēde m., f. `gewoonte, manier, zede, aard, karakter, ingetogenheid'
Dutch: zede f.
Old Franconian: sido m. `mos'
Middle Low German: sēde, sedde
Old High German: situ m. (8.Jh.); sitōn `ausführen, bewirken'
Middle High German: site st./wk. m. (LMHG f.) 'Art und Weise, wie man lebt und handelt, Volksart, -brauch, Gwohnheit, Beschaffenheit, Anstand'
German: Sitte f.
Proto-Germanic: *sigiz, *sigaz
Meaning: victory
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: sigis n. (a) `victory'; ? sihu (~ sihw) `victory' (gloss to sigis)
Old Norse: sigr m. `Sieg'
Norwegian: siger
Swedish: seger
Danish: seir
Old English: sigor `Sig', sige `id.'
Old Frisian: si
Old Saxon: sigi- (e. g. sigi-drohtin)
Middle Dutch: sēghe m.
Dutch: zege f. `overwinning'
Old Franconian: sigi-mari `victor'
Middle Low German: sēge
Old High German: { sigi m. `Sieg', sigirōn `siegen' }, sigu (8.Jh.), sig (9.Jh.) {m.} `Sieg'; { Sigis-mund, Sigur-mār }
Middle High German: sige, sic (-g-) st. m., md. sëge 'sieg'
German: Sieg m.
Proto-Germanic: *siglá-n, -z
Meaning: sail
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: segl n. `Segel'
Norwegian: segl
Swedish: segel
Danish: sejl
Old English: seg(e)l m., n. `Segel', segal, segela `Vorhang'
English: sail
Old Saxon: segal
Middle Dutch: seil, seel , sēghel
Dutch: zeil n.
Middle Low German: sēgel
Old High German: segal (8.Jh.) {m.} `Segel'
Middle High German: sëgel, sigel st. m. 'Segel; Vorhang'
German: Segel n.
Proto-Germanic: *silaxa-z, *silaxēn, *silxa-z, *salxa-z
Meaning: seal
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: sel-r m. `Seehund'
Norwegian: sel
Swedish: säl
Danish: säl
Old English: seolh
English: seal
Middle Dutch: sael-, seel-hont
Middle Low German: sēl, sāle
Old High German: { selah m. }
Middle High German: sëleh st. m., sële, sël wk. m. 'seehund'
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