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Proto-Germanic: *fōdian- vb., *fōɵra-, *fōdra-, *fōstra-n
Meaning: feed
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fōdjan wk. `nourish'
Old Norse: fȫδa wk. `nähren, erziehen'; fōδr n. `Nahrung'; fōstr n. `Erziehung, Unterhalt'
Norwegian: foder; föda vb.; foster
Swedish: foder; föda vb.; foster
Danish: foder; föde vb.; foster
Old English: fēdan `ernähren'; fōɵor, fōdor `Nahrung'; fōstor `Unterhalt, Nahrung'
English: feed
Old Frisian: fēda vb.
Old Saxon: fōdian `ernähren'
Middle Dutch: voeder; voeden
Dutch: voeder, voer n.; voeden
Middle Low German: vōder
Old High German: fuoten (8.Jh.) `ernähren'; fuotar (8.Jh.) `Nahrung, Speise, Futter'
Middle High German: vuoter st. n. 'nahrung, speise, futter'; vuoten, vüeten wk. 'nähren, pflegen, weiden, füttern'
German: Futter n.
Proto-Germanic: *fō-n (*fu-n-), *fu-n-an- m.; *fū-r-a- m., *fui-r-a- m., *fū-r-ia- n. (~ -iu-)
Meaning: fire
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fōn, gen. funins, dat. funin n. `fire'
Old Norse: fūr-r m., fǖr-r m. `Feuer' (poet.); füri n. `Feuer` (poet.); funi m. `Feuer'
Norwegian: für
Old Danish: für
Old English: fǖr (fīr), -es `fire, hearth'
English: fire
Old Frisian: fiūr, fiōr `Feuer'
Old Saxon: fiur `Feuer'
Middle Dutch: vuur, vier `Feuer'
Dutch: vuur n. `Feuer'
Old Franconian: fūir `Feuer'
Middle Low German: vǖr
Old High German: fiur (8.Jh.), Musp. vugir `Feuer'
Middle High German: viur, viwer, viuwer st. n. 'feuer'
German: Feuer
Proto-Germanic: *fōtu-z (*fōt-); *fatōn- vb.; *fatja-n, *fitarō, -a-z, *fitura-z; *fatila-z, -ō; *fitjō
Meaning: foot
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fōtu-s m. (u) `Fuss'
Old Norse: fōt-r, pl. fȫtr `Fuss'; fet n. `Schritt'; fjɔtur-r m. `Fessel'; pl. ūt-fjɔt `Fehltritt'
Norwegian: fot; fet; dial. fior-fit `Eidechse'
Old Swedish: fiatur
Swedish: fot; fjät; fjätter
Old Danish: fjäder
Danish: fod; fjed
Old English: fōt, gen. -es, dat. fēt/fōte, pl. fēt/fōtas m. `foot'; feter (fetor, feotur), -e f. `fetter, chain for the feet'; { fetel } ; { fatian (wīf) `heiraten' }
English: foot (pl. feet); fetter
Old Frisian: fōt; fatia
Old Saxon: fōt; feter, pl. -os; fittea `Abschnitt, Text'
Middle Dutch: voet m.; vēter m., f. `ketting, boei'; { vatten }
Dutch: voet m.; veter m.
Old Franconian: fuot
Middle Low German: vōt; vētel; vā
Old High German: fuoʒ `Fuss' (8.Jh.), feʒʒara f. `Fussschlinge, Fussfessel' (9.Jh.); { faʒʒōn }
Middle High German: vuoʒ m. 'fuss des menschen od. eines tieres; fuss eines berges, tisches'
German: Fuss m.; { fassen }
Proto-Germanic: *fṓɵra-n, *fōdrá-n
Meaning: sheath
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fōdr n. (a) `sheath'
Old Norse: [ fōδr n. `Futteral, Scheide' < LG? ]
Norwegian: [ foder ]
Swedish: [ foder ]
Danish: [ foder, for ]
Old English: fōder, fōɵor `Futteral, Scheide'
English: fodder
Old Frisian: fōder n. `voering'
Middle Dutch: voeder n.; voederen
Dutch: voeder, voer n.; voeren
Middle Low German: vōder n. `foedraal, voering, pelswerk'; vōderen
Old High German: fuotar (Hs. 12.Jh.) n. `Futteral, Futter', federfuotar 'Federbehälter, -büchse' (8.Jh.), bogafuotar 'schützender Überzug über den Bogen, Bogenfutteral' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: vuoter st. n. 'futteral, schwertscheide'; vuotern, vüetern 'mit etw. überdecken, überziehen, umgeben'
German: Futter n., Futteral n., füttern
Proto-Germanic: *frankōn/*frakkōn
Meaning: spear
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: franca, -an m. `javelin, lance'
Old High German: frakka f. `Wurfspiess'
Proto-Germanic: *fráɵa-, *fráɵja-n, *fráɵjan-, *frōdá-
Meaning: clever, understand
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fraɵi n. (ja) `understanding; think, recognition, understand'; fraɵjan st. `think, recognize, understand'; frōɵ-s (-d-) (a) `intelligent, wise'; *frōdī f. (n) `wisdom'
Old Norse: frōδ-r adj. `klug, weise'
Norwegian: frod
Old Swedish: froɵer
Old English: frōd `wise, prudent, sage, skilful; advanced in years, aged, old, ancient'
Old Frisian: frōd
Old Saxon: frōd `verständig, weise'
Middle Dutch: vroet
Dutch: vroed
Old High German: fruot `verständig, weise', frad `strenuus, efficax', fradalīh `procax'
Middle High German: vruot 'verständig, weise, klug; schön; gut, edel, brav, tüchtig, wacker, fein, artig'
German: schweiz. fruetig `munter, froh, frisch, tapfer, schnell'
Proto-Germanic: *fraukan, *fruggēn, *frukk=; *frūd=, *frauda-z ; *fruska-z
Meaning: frog
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: frauδ-r m. `Frosch', frauki m. (pl. acc. frauka) `Frosch', frosk-rm. `id.'
Norwegian: frosk; dial. fraud, frau
Swedish: dial. fröd, frö, fröa
Danish: frosk; frö
Old English: frosc (forsc, frox, frocx), -es m. `frog', frogga (froga, frocga), -an m.
Middle English: frūde `Kröte'; froke
English: frog; dial. frock
Middle Dutch: vorsch
Dutch: vors m.
Middle Low German: vors, vorsch
Old High German: frosc `Frosch' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vrosch st. m. (pl. vrosche, vrösche) 'frosch'
German: Frosch m.
Comments: A derivative from *fraw-a- 'froh usw.'?
Proto-Germanic: *frau[ɵ]a-n, *fru[ɵ]ōn
Meaning: foam
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: frauδ n. `Schaum', froδa `id.'; freyδa wk. `schäumen'
Norwegian: fraud, frau; fröyda vb.; froda `Schaum'
Old Swedish: frödha `schäumen, geifern'
Swedish: dial. frö; dial. frudo `Wellenschaum'
Danish: frɔde `Schaum'
Old English: ā-frēoɵan `schäumen, geifern'
Proto-Germanic: *frawa-
Meaning: quick, glad
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: frā-r, frō-r `hurtig, schnell'
Old Swedish: Run. frawarāδaR
Middle English: frow, frough 'lebhaft, frisch'
Old Frisian: OEFris frē, OWFris frō `verheugd'
Old Saxon: frā, { fraho }, frō, { fruo } `froh', adv. frōlīko
Middle Dutch: vrō; vrouwen, vrōien
Dutch: vrolijk
Middle Low German: vrōlik; vrowen, vrouwen
Old High German: frō, gen. frawes (8.Jh.) { frao, frō (frawēr) `strenuus, alacer (Gl.); froh' }; frouwen, frewen (9.Jh.); frawalīh, frōlīh (9.Jh.), frawēn, frōēn 'sich freuen' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vrō, comp. vrōwer, vrȫwer, vrōer, vrȫer 'froh, heiter, erfreut'; vrȫlich adj. 'froh, fröhlich, heiter, erfreut'; vröuwen, vrouwen, vrowen, vreuwen , vrewen, vröun, vreun wk. 'froh machen, erfreuen'
German: froh, fröhlich, freuen
Proto-Germanic: *fraw, *frauja-z; *frawēn, *fraujēn; *frūwō, *frawō
Meaning: lord, master
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: frauja m. (n) `lord'
Old Norse: Frey-r Name eines Gottes, freyja `Herrin, Frau; Name einer Göttin'
Old Swedish: Frö; Run. dat. fraui
Swedish: Freje, Fröja
Old Danish: Run. frohila (= *frōjila)
Old English: frēa (frēo), gen. frēan m. `lord, master; the Lord'; { frīgea m. }
Old Frisian: frouwe, frowe f.
Old Saxon: frō, frao m. `Herr'; frōio m. `Herr', frūa f. `Frau'; frāho, frōho `Herrscher, Herr, König, Gott, Christus, Ehemann'
Old High German: frō m. `Herr' (9.Jh.); frouwa f. `Herrin' (9.Jh.); frōno adj. indekl. `dem Herrn (Gott, Christus) gehörig, heilig, herrlich; öffentlich, dem Staate gehörig' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: vrō wk. m. 'herr (der milde, gnädige)'; vrouwe, vrowe wk. (/ st.) f. 'herrin, gebieterin, geliebte; frau oder jungfrau von stande, dame; gemahlin; weib im gegens. zur jungfrau; weibl. wesen überh.'; vrōn(e) st. f. 'herrschaft; herrenfrondienst; zwingburg, gefängnis'; vrōn `was den Herrn betrifft, ihm gehört'
German: Frau; Fron(e) f.
Proto-Germanic: *frija-, *frijōn-, *friɵu-, *frijjṓ, etc.
Meaning: free; love
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: frī-s (ja) `free'; frijōn wk. `love'; ptc. frijōnd-s m. (nd) `friend'
Old Norse: Frigg f. `Gattin Wotans'; fria wk. `befreien'; frjā wk. `lieben'; friδ-r m. `Liebe, Friede, Schutz'; frīδ-r `hübsch; friedlich, sicher'
Norwegian: fria vb.; fred sbs.; dial. frid adj.
Old Swedish: fria vb.; Frigg
Swedish: frid, fred sbs.; frid adj.
Old Danish: fri `befreien'
Danish: fred sbs.
Old English: frēo, frī `frei, los, frei von'; frēo f. `Weib von edler Abkunft'; frēon, frēogan, frīgan `lieben, freien'; friɵ, frioɵu m. `Friede, Schutz, Sicherheit'; frēond; Frīg; frīɵ-hengest `stallicher Hengst'
English: free; frith; friend
Old Frisian: frī; friūnd, friōnd; frīehan, frīohon; frjā vb.
Old Saxon: frī `frei, los, frei von'; frī n. `Weib von edler Abkunft'; friehan `freien, werben'; frithu m. `Friede'; friund
Middle Dutch: vrī `vrij, edel, herlijk, blij'; vrient, vrint, vrent, vrunt; vrīen `dingen naar iemands hand, vrijen, vleiend smeken'
Dutch: vrij; vriend, vrind m.; vrijen
Middle Low German: vrī; vrīen, { vrīgen } `freien, werben'; vrünt
Old High German: frī (um 800) `frei, los, frei von'; Frīja `Gattin Wotans'; fridu (8.Jh.) m. `Friede, Schutz, Sicherheit, Einfriedigung'; friunt, { friont } (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vrī 'nicht gebunden od. gefangen, ledig, los'; vrīe wk./st. f. 'liebes-, brautwerbung, heirat'; vride, vrit (-d-) st./wk. m., st. f. 'friede, waffenstillstand, ruhe, sicherheit'; vriunt (-d-) st. m. 'Freund; Geliebte(r), Verwandte(r)'
German: frei, Freund m., freien, Friede(n) m.
Proto-Germanic: *friska-, *friskia-, *frusk=
Meaning: fresh
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: fersc `fresh, pure, sweet'
Old Frisian: fersk
Old Saxon: versc `frisch'
Middle Dutch: versc, varsc, vorsc
Dutch: vers
Middle Low German: vers, versch, varsch `frisch, nicht gesalzen'
Old High German: frisc `frisch, jung, neu' (um 800)
Middle High German: vrisch, md. virsch 'frisch, neu, jung, munter, rüstig, keck'
German: frisch
Proto-Germanic: *fritan-/*firtan- vb.; *firt=, *furti-z, *fratōn- vb., *farta-z, *fartōn- vb.
Meaning: discharge wind
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: freta st., frata wk. `furzen'; fretr `Furz'
Norwegian: frata vb.
Swedish: fjärta vb., dial. fräta vb.
Danish: fjerte vb.
Old English: feorting 'Furz' { feortan `furzen' }
English: fart
Middle Dutch: verten, vorten
Middle Low German: verten
Old High German: ferzan (9.Jh.) 'furzen', firz (Hs. 12.Jh.), furz (11.Jh.) `Furtz'
Middle High German: vërzen st. 'bombisare, pedere; vurz, vorz, varz st. m. 'furz'; vurzen, vorzen, varzen wk. 'pedere'
German: Furz m., furzen
Proto-Germanic: *fríusa-n, *fríusan- vb., *frusta-z, -n, *frustō, *fruzá-n
Meaning: frost, freeze
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: frius n. (a?) `frost'
Old Norse: frör, frer n. `Frost'; frjōsa st. `frieren, gefrieren', frost n. `Frost'
Norwegian: frjosa; frost
Swedish: früsa; frost
Danish: früsa; frost
Old English: frēosan (frēas, fruron; froren) `to freeze', forst, -es m. `frost'; { frost }
English: freeze; frost
Old Frisian: forst
Old Saxon: frost
Middle Dutch: vriesen; vorst m., f.
Dutch: vriezen; vorst m.
Middle Low German: vrēsen; vorst, vrost
Old High German: friosan (8.Jh.); frost `Frost' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vriesen, vrieren st. 'frieren intr., unpers.'; vrost st. m. 'kälte, frost'
German: frieren; Frost m.
Proto-Germanic: *frusōn-, *frusjan- vb.
Meaning: puff, snort
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: frusa, früsa wk. `schnauben (von Pferden)'
Norwegian: frusa `schnauben'
Swedish: frusta `schnauben', frusa `spritzen'
Middle Low German: [ prūsten ]
Low German: [ prūsten ]
Proto-Germanic: *fud=, *futt=
Meaning: cunnus, podex
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fuδ- `vulva', futta `id.'
Norwegian: fud, fu
Old Swedish: Run. fuɵ
English: dial. fud `podex, cunnus'
Dutch: hondsvot `Schurke'
Middle Low German: vut
Middle High German: futze, fotze wk. f. 'vulva'
Proto-Germanic: *fuglá-z
Meaning: bird
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *fugl-s (a) `bird'
Old Norse: fugl m., Run. Norw fokl
Norwegian: fugl
Swedish: fɔgel
Danish: fugl
Old English: fugel (-ol, -ul), gen. fug(e)les m. `bird, fowl'
English: fowl
Old Frisian: fugel
Old Saxon: fugal
Middle Dutch: voghel m.
Dutch: vogel m.
Middle Low German: vōgel
Old High German: fogal, fugal (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vogel st. m. 'vogel, jagdbarer v.; schwimmvogel'
German: Vogel m.
Proto-Germanic: *fulla-
Meaning: full
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: full-s (a) `full'; *ga-fulljan `fill up'
Old Norse: full-r `voll'
Norwegian: full
Swedish: full
Danish: fuld
Old English: full
English: full
Old Frisian: ful
Old Saxon: ful
Middle Dutch: vol
Dutch: vol
Old Franconian: foll
Middle Low German: vul
Old High German: fol (8.Jh.) (-ll-)
Middle High German: vol (-ll-) adj. 'voll, angefüllt'
German: voll
Proto-Germanic: *fullu-
Meaning: vessel
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: full n. `Becher'
Old English: full `Becher'
Old Saxon: full `Becher'
Proto-Germanic: *fulmō
Meaning: palm (of the hand)
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: folm, -e f. `palm of hand, hand'
Old High German: folma f. `Hand'
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