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Proto-Germanic: *badwō
Meaning: battle
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: Baduarius PN
Old Norse: bɔδ f. `Kampf'
Norwegian: dial. bad `Kampf'
Swedish: dial. ba, badd `Ringkampf'
Old Danish: bad `Kampf'
Old English: beadu
Old Saxon: Badu-
Old High German: { Batu- (in N) `Kampf' }
Proto-Germanic: *bai, *bē
Meaning: both
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: pl. bai m., f., ba n. `both'
Old Norse: { pl. bāδir m., bāδar f., bǟδi n. }
Norwegian: bɔde
Old Swedish: baɵir
Swedish: bɔda
Danish: bɔde
Old English: bā ɵā, bēgen ɵā; bā f., bū n. 'beide'
English: [ both < NG ]
Old Frisian: bēthe
Old Saxon: bēthia, bēthie, -iu n.
Middle Dutch: beide, bēde
Dutch: beide
Middle Low German: beide
Old High German: beide, bēde m. (8.Jh.), { beido, bēdo f., bēdiu }, beidiu n.
Middle High German: beide, bēde 'beide'
German: beide
Proto-Germanic: *ba, *bai
Meaning: part.
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: { ba Konditionalpartikel, i-ba, i-bai 'ob denn?' }
Proto-Germanic: *bakan-, *bakōn-, *bakkan-; *bakstra-z
Meaning: bake
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bakan wk. `backen, braten, Hände und Füsse wärmen'; bakst-r m. `Backen, Gebäck'
Norwegian: baka
Old English: bacan (bōc) `backen, rösten, wärmen'
English: bake wk.
East Frisian: Fris bāk
Old Saxon: bakkan; bakkeri m. `bakker'
Middle Dutch: baken st.; bakeren `verwarmen, koesteren, verzorgen'; backen st. `bakken, braden'
Dutch: bakeren `wärmen, pflegen'; bakken
Middle Low German: bakeren `wärmen, pflegen'
Old High German: bahhan st. (9.Jh.); backan st. (9.Jh.) `backen, rösten, wärmen'
Middle High German: bachen st. 'backen'; sich bɛcheln `sich erwärmen, sonnen'; bachelen 'erwärmen'
German: backen (buk)
Proto-Germanic: *baka-n, -z, *bakkō(n)
Meaning: back
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bak n. `Rücken'
Norwegian: bak
Old Swedish: baker m.
Swedish: bak
Danish: bag
Old English: bäc `Rücken'
English: back
Old Frisian: bek; szin-baca, kun-bac(ke) m.
Old Saxon: bak `Rücken'; kinnibako m. `Kinnbacke'
Middle Dutch: { bake `Specksdeite, Schinken' }; backe `kinnebak, wang'; { bak }
Dutch: bake `Specksdeite, Schinken'; kinnebak f.
Old Franconian: kinne-bako m.
Middle Low German: backe f.; bak; bāke
Old High German: backo, kinnibacko m. 'Kinnbacken, Kinnlade' (Hs. 12. Jh.); bah n.? 'Rücken' (9.Jh.); bahho `Rücken, Schinken, Specksdeite' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: backe wk. m. 'Backe, Kinnlade', kinnebacke, kinbacke wk. m. 'kinn(backe)'; { backe, bahho `Specksdeite, Schinken'; arschbacke `Arschbacke; cunnus' }; bache wk. m. 'schinken, geräucherte speckseite'
German: Backe f., Backen m., Kinnbacke; obd. Bache(n) m. 'Schinken, Speckseite'
Proto-Germanic: *baki-z, *bakja-z
Meaning: stream
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bekk-r m. `Bach'
Norwegian: bekk
Swedish: bäkk
Danish: bäk
Old English: bec, -es m. `brook, beck, small rapid stream', becc, -es m. `id.'
Old Frisian: bitze
Old Saxon: beki m.
Middle Dutch: bēke f.
Dutch: beek f.
Old High German: bah m. (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: bach st. m., f. 'bach'
German: Bach m.
Proto-Germanic: *balēn
Meaning: sandhill
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bali m. `flacher Strandhügel'
Norwegian: bale m. `flacher Strandhügel'
Proto-Germanic: *balēn, *bēla-n
Meaning: flame
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *bala- `shning, gray (of body)
Old Norse: bāl n. `Feuer, Scheiterhaufen', bǟla wk. `verbrennen'
Norwegian: bɔl `Flamme'
Swedish: bɔl `Flamme'
Danish: bäldet `kahl', bɔl `Flamme'
Old English: bǟl, -es n. `fire, flame; the fire of a funeral pile, in which dead bones were burned, funeral pile'
Middle English: balled `kahl'
English: bald `kahl'
Proto-Germanic: *balgi-z, *bulg=; *bulxstra-z
Meaning: bag
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: balg-s m. (i) `bag mad of skin'
Old Norse: belg-r m. `Balg, Ledersack; Blasebalg; Bauch'; bolst-r, bulst-r m. `Polster, Kissen'
Norwegian: belg; bolster
Swedish: bälg; bolster
Danish: bälg; örte-bälg `Erbsenschote'; bolster
Old English: belg (belig, bälg, bälig), -es m. `bulge, budget, bag, purse, bellows, pod, husk, belly'; bylg (bilig), -es m. `id.'; bolster, -stres m. `bolster, pilow for the head'
English: belly `Bauch', bellows `Blasebalg'; bulge; bolster
Old Frisian: balg
Old Saxon: balg
Middle Dutch: balch `Sack, Blasebalg, Bauch'
Old High German: balg (9.Jh.) `Schlauch, Sack, Blasebalg, Fruchthülse'
Middle High German: balc (-g-) st. m. `Balg, Haut; Schwertscheide'
German: Balg m.
Comments: Contamination with *bilgan- `schwellen'
Proto-Germanic: *balikō(n)
Meaning: a bird
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: belihha, belihho
Middle High German: bëlche wk. f. 'wasserhuhn'
German: { Bölch, Belche }
Proto-Germanic: *ballu-z, *ballēn
Meaning: ball
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bɔll-r `Kugel'
Swedish: bɔll
Danish: bold
Old Saxon: ball
Middle Dutch: bal
Dutch: bal m.
Middle Low German: bal
Old High German: bal m. (9.Jh.) `Ball, Kugel, Hand-, Fussballen'; ballo m. (11.Jh.), balla
Middle High German: bal (-ll-) m. 'ball, kugel', balle wk. m. 'ball; ballen an füssen, händen, fingern; warenballen'
German: Ball m.; Ballen
Proto-Germanic: *balō(n) (~ -ē-), *bula-z, *bull=
Meaning: trunk, stem
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bol-r, bul-r m. `Stamm; Körper, Rumpf'
Norwegian: bul
Swedish: bɔl `Rumpf'
Danish: bul
Middle Dutch: bolle `boomstronk'
Dutch: bol-werk
Middle Low German: bōle, bolle, bāle `Bohle'
Middle High German: bole wk. f. 'bohle'
German: Bohle f.
Proto-Germanic: *balwa-n, *balwōn- vb.
Meaning: wicked, evil
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: balwa-wēsī f. (n) `wickedness'
Old Norse: { bɔl f. `misfortune, damage'; bɔlva wk. `curse' }
Old English: bealo `evil, wicked'
English: baleful
Old Frisian: bealu n. (wa) `evil, misfortune, damage'
Old Saxon: balu `evil'
Old High German: balo, gen. balawes m. (wa) `destruction'
Middle High German: bale st. m. 'böses, unrecht'
Proto-Germanic: *banja-n, *banjō, *banēn, etc.
Meaning: wound, sore
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *banja f. (jō) `blow, wound; sore'
Old Norse: ben f., n. `Wunde'; bani m. `Tod; Mörder, Büttel'; benja wk. `verwunden'
Norwegian: ben; bane
Old Swedish: bän
Swedish: bane
Old Danish: ben
Danish: bane
Old English: benn `Wunde'; bana `Totschläger, Mörder'; bennian `verwunden'
Old Saxon: beni-wunda `Wunde'; bano `Totschläger, Mörder'
Old High German: { bano `Totschläger, Mörder'; bano `Tod, Verderben' }
Middle High German: bane, ban wk./st. m. 'untergang, verderben, tod'
Proto-Germanic: *bankōn-, *bunkōn-, *bungōn- vb., *bungōn
Meaning: beat, whip
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Swedish: banka, bunka `schlagen, klopfen'
Swedish: banka
Danish: banke
Middle English: bunchen `kloppen'
English: bunch
Dutch: bonken `schlagen, prügeln'
Middle Low German: bunken `schlagen, prügeln'
Middle High German: bungen wk. 'trommeln, pauken', bunge wk. f. 'trommel, pauke'
German: dial. banken
Proto-Germanic: *bánsō, -a-z, *bansti-z
Meaning: barn, stall
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *banst-s m. (i) `barn'
Old Norse: bās-s m. `Stand im Kuhstall'
Norwegian: bɔs
Swedish: bɔs
Danish: bɔs
Old English: bōsig `Krippe'
English: boose
Old Frisian: bōs `koestal'
East Frisian: būs `koestal'
Dutch: zuidholl. boes f. `deel van de koestal, waar de koeien met hun achterposten staan'
Middle Low German: bōs `koestal'
Low German: banse `Kornraum, Scheune'
Proto-Germanic: *barda-z
Meaning: beard
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: beard, -es m. `beard'
English: beard
Old Frisian: berd
Old Saxon: un-bardoht `zonder baard, niet manbaar'
Middle Dutch: baert
Dutch: baard m.
Middle Low German: bārt
Old High German: bart m. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: bart st. m. 'bart, schamhaar'
German: Bart m.
Proto-Germanic: *barg=
Meaning: haystack with a shed
IE etymology: IE etymology
Middle Low German: barg, barch 'Scheune ohne Wände'
Proto-Germanic: *barjan-
Meaning: beat, thresh
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: berja wk. `schlagen, dreschen; töten'; bardagi m. `Schlag, Kampf, Strafe', { bora }
Norwegian: berja vb.
Swedish: dial. bärga vb.
Old Danish: bäriä vb.
Old English: berian `plagen, quälen'; bered `niedergeschlagen'
Old High German: { berien `schlagen, klopfen, kneten' }
Middle High German: bɛrn wk. 'schlagen, klopfen; kneten; (be)treten'
Proto-Germanic: *barja-z; *barizīnia-
Meaning: barley
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *barizīn-s (ja) `(prepared of) barley'
Old Norse: barr n. `Getreide'
Old English: bere, -es m. `barley'; beren `barley-, made of barley'
English: barley, Scot, NEngl bear, bere `barley'
Old Frisian: ber- `barley'
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