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Proto-Germanic: *fausian-
Meaning: swell
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: dial. föysa `aufschwellen, aufgähren'
Proto-Germanic: *fawa-
Meaning: few
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: pl. fawai (a) `few', comp. fawizo adv. `less'
Old Norse: fā-r adj. `wenig, wortkarg'
Norwegian:
Swedish:
Danish:
Old English: fēawa, fēa `few (paucī)'
English: few
Old Saxon: pl. fā `wenige'
Old High German: { fao, fō `wenig'; fīh `wenig, paucus' }
Proto-Germanic: *fawjan-
Meaning: sift
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: { fowen `sieben, Getreide reinigen' }
Middle High German: vɛwen, vowen `sieben'
Proto-Germanic: *faxsa-n
Meaning: hair, mane
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fax n. `Mähne'
Norwegian: faks
Old English: feax n. `Haupthaar'
Old Frisian: fax
Old Saxon: fahs
Middle Dutch: vas
Dutch: { vas n. }
Old High German: { fahs `Haupthaar' }
Middle High German: vahs st. n., m. 'die haupthaare'
Proto-Germanic: *fazō (~ -r-)
Meaning: race
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: Langob fara `Geschlecht' (nach Kögel ZfdA. 37, 217ff -ā-!)
Proto-Germanic: *fēgṓn-, *fēgian-, *fagján-, *fáxjan- vb., *fag=, *faginōn- vb.
Meaning: decore, make beautiful
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *fagr-s (a) `fitting'; gafahrjan `zubereiten'; fahēɵ-s (-d-) f. (i) `joy'; fulla-fahjan wk. `satisfy, serve'; faginōn wk. `rejoice'
Old Norse: fagr-s `geschickt, geeignet'; fāga wk. `reinigen, glänzend machen, schmücken', fǟgja wk. `reinigen (des Schwertes), verehren'; *ptc. fegin-n `froh'; fagna wk. sich freuen, begrüssen'
Norwegian: fager adj.; fägja vb.; fegen adj.; fagna vb.
Old Swedish: fäghin adj.
Swedish: fager adj.; dial. fägga, fäja vb.; fägna vb.
Old Danish: fagne vb.
Danish: fager adj.
Old English: fägr `schön'; fägnian, fagnian `zich verheugen'; ge-feon `sich freuen'; gefea `Freude'; fägen `froh'
English: fair; fain; fawn
Old Frisian: fēgia `reinigen'
Old Saxon: fegon `reinigen'; fagin, fagan `froh'; faginon, faganon
Middle Dutch: vēghen; vāghen `reinigen'
Dutch: vegen
Middle Low German: vēgen
Old High German: FEGōn 'säubern, putzen' (10.Jh.); faginōn, feginon `sich freuen'; gi-fehan `sich freuen'; gifeho `Freude', gafagōn `satisfacere'; fagar `schön';
Middle High German: vɛgen wk. `reinigen, putzen, schjeuern, fegen', fɛge st. f. `Ausfegung, Reinigung'
German: fegen
Proto-Germanic: *fidwōr, *fidur-; *fixwōr, *fixur-
Meaning: num.: four
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fidwōr, fidur-, KrGot fyder
Old Norse: fjōrir (< *fiδurēR)
Old English: fēower (northumb. fēor); fyɵer-, fiɵer- 'vier-'
Old Saxon: fi(u)war, fior
Middle Dutch: vier(e)
Dutch: vier
Middle Low German: vēr
Old High German: fior (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vier
German: vier
Proto-Germanic: *figan-
Meaning: fry
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: ā-figen `geröstet'
Proto-Germanic: *fijēn- vb.
Meaning: enemy; hate
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fɛan (~ -ai-) st.? `blame'; fi(j)an wk. `hate'; *ptc. fijand-s m. (nd) `enemy'
Old Norse: fjā wk. `hassen', fjāndi m. `Feind; Teufel'; fjōn f. `Feindschaft, Hass'
Norwegian: fiende
Swedish: fiende
Danish: fjende
Old English: fēon, fēogan `hassen'; feond m.
English: fiend
Old Frisian: fīand, fīund
Old Saxon: { fīund }, fīand
Middle Dutch: vīant
Dutch: vijand m.
Old Franconian: fīunt
Middle Low German: vīent
Old High German: fīēn, { fījēn } `hassen, verabscheuen' (8.Jh.); fīant, fījant (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vīant, vīent, vīnt st. m. 'feind'
German: Feind m.
Proto-Germanic: *filda-n, -z, *fildu-z, *falōn, *fuldō(n)
Meaning: field
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fold f. `Erde, Land; Weide, Trift'
Norwegian: fold, foll (in ON)
Old Swedish: fala `Ebene, bes. baumlose; Heide'
Swedish: fala `Ebene, bes. baumlose; Heide'
Old English: feld (feald), -es/-a m. `field, pasture, plain, open country', folde, -an f. `earth, dry land; land, country, district, region, territory; ground, soil; earth, clay'
English: field
Old Frisian: feld m.
Old Saxon: feld n. `Feld, Boden, Fläche, Ebene', folda `Erd-, Land-, Erdboden'
Middle Dutch: velt
Dutch: veld n.
Old Franconian: velt
Old High German: feld `Feld, Ebene, Fläche' (8.Jh.), Fuld-aha ON
Middle High German: vëlt (-d-) st. n. 'feld, boden, fläche, ebene; das vopm bergmann gebaute feld'
German: Feld n.; West-, Ost-falen
Comments: NG > finn. pelto, estn. põld
Proto-Germanic: *filgō
Meaning: rim (of a wheel)
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: felg, felge f.
English: felly, felloe
Old Saxon: felga
Middle Dutch: velghe f.
Dutch: velg f.
Middle Low German: velge
Old High German: felga (um 800)
Middle High German: vëlge st./wk. f. 'radfelge'
German: Felge f.
Proto-Germanic: *filla-n, *filliōn, *filminja-n, *filmōn, *filma-z
Meaning: film, fleece
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ɵruts-fill n. (a) `leprosy'
Old Norse: fjall, fell n. `Haut, Fell'; filla f. `Haut, Fell'
Norwegian: filla `Felldecke, Haut'
Swedish: fjäll, dial. filla `Felldecke, Lappen'
Danish: fille `Lumpen, Lappen'
Old English: filmen (fylmen), -es n. `film, thin skin, prepuce', film, -es m. `film, skin, husk', fel(l), -es n. `fell, skin', äd-felma, -an m. `skin of an egg'
English: fell, film
Old Frisian: fel; filmene `feine Haut'
Old Saxon: fel
Middle Dutch: vel; velm `vlies'
Dutch: vel n.
Old Franconian: vel
Middle Low German: vel
Old High German: fel `Haut' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vël, gen. -lles st. n. 'haut, fell; leib, person; eine augenkrankheit, die blind macht; pergament; dünne eisdecke'
German: Fell n.
Proto-Germanic: *filu, *filu-; *flaiz=
Meaning: very, much
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: filu n. sbs./adv. `very, much'
Old Norse: fjɔl n. `Menge'; fjɔl- `viel'; comp. fleiri `mehr'
Norwegian: fjöl- `viel-'
Old English: fela, feala, feola, feolu n.
Old Frisian: felo, fele, fel, fule, ful
Old Saxon: filu, filo `viel'
Middle Dutch: vēle
Dutch: veel
Old Franconian: vilo
Middle Low German: vēl(e)
Old High German: filu (8.Jh.) { filo } `viel'
Middle High German: vil(e)
German: viel adj., adv. 'viel, in fülle, in menge'
Proto-Germanic: *filwō
Meaning: willow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: fël(a)wa `Weide'
Middle High German: vëlwe wk./st. f., wk. m., vëlwer, vëlber st. m. 'weidenbaum; geflecht aus weiden zum fischgang'
German: { Felbel }
Proto-Germanic: *filzá-n, *filísa-z, -ō, -ēn, *fulV́s=
Meaning: rock
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fjall, fell n. `Gebirge'
Norwegian: fjell
Swedish: fjäll
Danish: fjeld
Old Saxon: felis (< OHG?)
Middle Dutch: vels
Middle Low German: vols `Klippenstück'
Old High German: fel(i)s m. (8.Jh.), feliso m. (um 800), felisa f. (9.Jh.) `Felsen, Felsspitze, Klippe, grosser Stein'
Middle High German: vɛls(e) st./wk. m. 'fels; felsenschloss, feste'
German: Fels, Felsen m.
Proto-Germanic: *fímfVla-n, *fímfVlōn; *fimbō; *fimbán- vb., *fambḗn, *fumb=; *famp=
Meaning: heap, swell
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fīfl n. `Narr, Tölpel', fīfla f. `Närrin', fimbul- (fimbul-fambi `tor', fimbul-ljōδ `Zauberlied', -tǖr `mächtiger Gott' usw.); fimbul-fambi m. `Tropf'
Norwegian: famp `dicker Lümmel', fɔme, fume `Dumkopf'
Danish: dial. fjambe `Dumkopf'
Old English: fīfel, -es n.? m.? `a sea-monster, monster, giant', fīfel- `monstruous'
English: dial. famp `schwerfällig gehen'
Old Saxon: fimba `haufen'
Middle Low German: vimme f. `haufen'
Proto-Germanic: *fim=; *fimōn- vb .
Meaning: quick, to hurry
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fim-r `gewandt, behende', māl-, orδ-fimi f. `Redegewandtheit', vēl-fimi f. `List'; fima-st wk. `sich eilen'
Norwegian: fim `rasch, flink'; dial. fima seg `sich eilen', fimra, fimla `umhertappen'
Swedish: dial. femmer `flink, schnell'
Danish: fim `rasch, flink', dial. fimmer `vielbeschäftigt'; fimre `sich hastig bewegen'
Old Franconian: OFrank fimich `gewandt, gelernt'
Middle Low German: vimelen, vimeren `herumtasten', fammelen `id.'
Proto-Germanic: *finfi
Meaning: num. five
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fimf
Old Norse: fim(m)
Swedish: fem
Old English: fīf
English: five
Old Saxon: fīf
Middle Dutch: vijf
Dutch: vijf
Middle Low German: vīf
Old High German: fimf, finf, funf (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vinf; vünf (13.Jh.)
German: fünf
Comments: All data from EWD
Proto-Germanic: *finjō
Meaning: barley
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *finja f. `barley': Got.-lat. fenea (Anthimus) `got. name of a barley dish'
Proto-Germanic: *finjō, *finja-z
Meaning: dorsal fin
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: fin (finn), -es m. `fin'
English: fin
Middle Dutch: vinne f.
Dutch: vin f.
Middle Low German: vinne f. 'Feder, Flosse'
German: ( Finne f. `Floss, Spitzflosse' < LG )
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