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Proto-Germanic: *gumēn
Meaning: man, person
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: guma m. (n) `man'
Old Norse: gumi m. `Mann, Mensch'
Norwegian: gume
Old Swedish: gumi, gumme
Old English: guma, -an m. `man'
English: bridegroom
Old Frisian: breid-goma m.
Old Saxon: gumo m.
Middle Dutch: brūde-gome `bruidegom, pasgehuwde man'
Dutch: bruidegom m.
Old Franconian: brūde-gomo m.
Old High German: gomo m.
Middle High German: gome, goume, md. gume wk. m. 'mann', gom-man m. 'mann'
German: Bräutigam m.
Proto-Germanic: *gumpa-z, *kumpa-z, *kamp=
Meaning: buttocks
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: gump-r m. `Hinterbacke, Steiss'; kump-r m. 'Klumpen'
Norwegian: gump `Steiss'; dial. kump 'Klumpen, Kloss, halbkugelförmige Erhöhung am Erdboden', kamp '(rundlicher) Stein, Bergknollen, Stumpf von Stöcken'
Swedish: gump `Steiss'
Danish: gump `Steiss'
Proto-Germanic: *gunda-z, -n
Meaning: matter
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: gund n. (a) `gangrene'
Norwegian: dial. gund m. `Schorf eines Geschwüres'
Old English: gund, -es m. `matter, corruption'
Old High German: gund st. m. `Eiter, eiterndes Geschwür'
Proto-Germanic: *gúnɵi-z, *gundí-; *gúnɵiō; *gandá-z; *gan[ō]n-
Meaning: battle
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: Burg *gunɵ-s in PN
Old Norse: gunn-r, guδ-r f. `Kampf'; gandr `Stock'
Norwegian: dial. gana `die Äste an Bäumen abhauen'
Old English: gūɵ `Kampf, Schlacht'
Old Saxon: gūdea `Kampf, Schlacht'
Old High German: gund-fano `Kriegsfahne'
German: bair. gunten `eine Art Keil'
Proto-Germanic: *gurs=, *gursta-z
Meaning: a tree
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: gors; gorst (gost), -es m. `gorse, furze, bramble'
English: gorse
Proto-Germanic: *gurst=
Meaning: a plant
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: gorst `Steckginster' (колючий дрок)
Proto-Germanic: *gū[b]a-, *gū[b]Vn- vb.
Meaning: settle, sink
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: dial. gūva `zusammengesunken sitzen', gūv `untersetzt, zusammengesunken, gebeugt'
Proto-Germanic: *gūgi-z
Meaning: giant woman
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: gǖgr f. `Riesin', NIsl güg-ur `Trollweib'
Norwegian: gügr, jüvr, gjöger `Hexe'
Old Danish: güg `Unterirdischer', güger `Mörder, Räuber'
Danish: (old) güg `ein Unterirdfischer', güger `Mörder, Räber'
Proto-Germanic: *i- vb.
Meaning: go
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: prt. iddja `went'
Old English: ēode `went'
Proto-Germanic: *iburá-z
Meaning: (vild) boar
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: jɔfur-r m. `Fürst, Häuptling' (poet.)
Old Swedish: Run. iufur, iafur, iofur
Old English: eofor (-er, eafor, efor, -er, -yr, ofor), -es m. `boar, wild boar'
Old Saxon: evur
Middle Dutch: ever
Dutch: ever m.
Middle Low German: ēver
Old High German: ebur (um 1000)
Middle High German: ëber st. m. 'eber, zuchteber'
German: Eber m.
Proto-Germanic: *ibVx(w)=, *ibVg(w)=; *i[b]V-laup=
Meaning: ivy
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: īfig (īfegn), -es n. `ivy'
English: ivy
Middle Dutch: eiloof `klimop', ieve `aardveil', ieven, (h)ieft `id.',
Dutch: eiloof n., westvlam. (h)iefte `klimop'
Middle Low German: if(f)-lōf, ī-loff, iw-lōf, eig-loff `klimop'
Low German: eilof
Old High German: ebah, ebahhi (10.Jh.), ebouwi (11.Jh.), ebewi (10.Jh.), ebawi on analogy with Heu: eb(i)houwi 9./10.Jh.), eb(i)hewi (10./11.Jh.),
Middle High German: ephöu, ebehöu st. n. `Epheu'; { ī(w)lōf, īflōf, ifflōf, ei(g)lōf- (eig. `pheulaub') }
German: Efeu; dial. efa, efai, ewich
Proto-Germanic: *idr=, *adr=
Meaning: hedge, fence
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: himin-jɔδurr; jaδar-r m. `Rand, Kante; Beschützer, Häuptling'
Norwegian: jadar, jär
Swedish: dial. jäder
Old Danish: jäder
Old English: eodor (-er, -ur, -or, eder), -es m. `hedge, fence, enclosure, dwelling, house; limit, end, region; prince, sovereign, protector'
Old Saxon: edor, eder `geflochtener Zaun, umzäuntes Feld, Umfriedigung'
Middle Low German: ader(e), eder `Staken, Knüppel, woraus die Zäune macht'
Old High German: etar
Middle High German: ëter, ëder st./wk. m., n. 'zaun, umzäunung, ortsmark; saum, rand'
German: dial. eter `Zaun, ingezäuntes Feld'
Proto-Germanic: *igalō(n)
Meaning: leech
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: skāri 'junge Möwe'
Norwegian: dial. igle `Wurm in der Schafleber'
Danish: igle `ein schmarotzender Blattwurm in den ingeweiden der Tiere und in der Haut und den Kiemen der Fische'
Old Saxon: egela f.
Middle Dutch: echel, egele, eggle
Dutch: zuidnl. echel
Middle Low German: ēgel(e), eyle, il(e)
Old High German: egala f. `Egel m. (blutsaugender Ringelwurm)' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: ëgel(e) wk. f. 'blutegel'
German: Egel
Proto-Germanic: *igila-z, *īgVla-z
Meaning: hedgehog
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: īgul-l m. `Igel'
Norwegian: dial. igjel `Wildfang'
Old Danish: egel, jä
Old English: igil (igl, iil, īl), -es m. `hedgehog, porcupine, urchin'
Old Saxon: igil
Middle Dutch: ēghel
Dutch: egel m.
Middle Low German: ēgel
Old High German: igil (9. Jh.), { īgil }
Middle High German: igel st. m. 'igel'
German: Igel m.; { (Luther) Eigel }
Proto-Germanic: *ika
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ik
Old Norse: ek
Swedish: jag
Old English: ic
English: I
Old Saxon: ik
Middle Dutch: ic
Dutch: ik
Middle Low German: ik
Old High German: ih
Middle High German: ich
German: ich
Proto-Germanic: *ik=, *ikl=
Meaning: few, fault
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ekla f. `Mangel', ekl, ekla adv. `wenig, kaum'
Old High German: { eko-rōdo `bloss, nur', ek-rōdi, ecche-rode `dünn, schwach' }
Proto-Germanic: *ilma-z, *alma-z, *ulmō(n)
Meaning: elm
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: alm-r m. `Ulme; Bogen'
Norwegian: alm
Swedish: alm
Danish: elm
Old English: elm (ellm), -es m. `elm, elm-tree', ulm-trēow n. `id.'
Middle Dutch: olme
Dutch: olm m.
Middle Low German: elm
Old High German: elmo (um 800), elm (Hs. 12.Jh.), ëlmboum (10.Jh.), ilma (Hs. 12.Jh.); ulm-boum (Hs. 12.Jh.)
Middle High German: ëlm(e) st. f. 'ulme'
German: Ulme f., frünhd. Ulme, Olme
Proto-Germanic: *ilwa-
Meaning: yellow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: { elo (elawēr) `lohbraun, gelb' }
Middle High German: { el (elwer) `lohbraun, gelb' }
Proto-Germanic: *ílxila-, *ilgia- adj.
Meaning: bad, evil
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ill-r `schlecht, böse'
Norwegian: ill
Old Swedish: ilder
Old Danish: ild
Old High German: { ilgi, ilki 'hungrig' }
Proto-Germanic: *imbia-z
Meaning: swarm of bees
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: imbe (ymbe), -es m.? `swarm of bees'
Middle Dutch: imme, īme `bij, bijenkorf'
Dutch: imker (iemker, ijmker) m. `bijenhouder'
Middle Low German: imme
Old High German: imbi m. `Bienenschwarm' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: imbe, impe, imme st./wk. m. 'Bienenschwarm, Bienenstand; Biene'
German: Imme f.
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