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Proto-Germanic: *kaika-, *kaika-z, *kaikian- vb., *kiknōn- vb.
Meaning: left, bent
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: keik-r `nach hinten gebeugt', keikja wk. `rückwärts beugen'; kikna wk. `sich nach hinten biegen'
Norwegian: keik `den Oberkörper zurückgebeugt haltend'; keik m. `Biegung, Drehung, Schiefheit'; kejka, kjeike vb.; kikna `sich rückwärts biegen'
Danish: kei, keitet `linke Hand'
Proto-Germanic: *kakōn; *kōkō(n)
Meaning: smth. ball-shaped
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kɔku-korn `kleiner Kuchen; NIsl kaka `Kuchen'
Norwegian: kaka `kleines, rundes und flaches Brot'; kōk `Klumpen'
Swedish: koka `Scholle, Erdscholle'; dial. kaka `kleines, rundes und flaches Brot'
Danish: kage `Kuchen'
Old English: { cēcil }
Old Saxon: dem. kōkelīn
Middle Dutch: corkr, couke m., f.
Dutch: koek m.
Middle Low German: kōke m., f.
Old High German: kuohho (9.Jh.), phan(n)-kuohho (8.Jh.) `rundes Brot, Kuchen'
Middle High German: kuoche wk. m. 'kuchen'
German: Kuchen
Proto-Germanic: *kalan- vb.; *kali-; *kalda-; *kaldī(n); *kōlia-; *kulidēn; *kaldō; *kuli; *kulja-z; *kōlian- vb.
Meaning: cold, freeze
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kald-s (a) `cold'
Old Norse: kala st. `frieren, kalt machen'; kald-r `kalt'; kuldi m. `Kälte, Feindschaft'; kɔld f. `Panzer (ɵula)'; kul n. `Windstos', kül-r m. `Kälte' (poet.), kȫla wk. `abkühlen'; kelda f. `Brunnen, Bach'
Norwegian: kald adj.; kalen `erfroren'; kulde; kul `Brise'; kül `kalter Wind, Frostperiode'; kjöla vb.; kjelda
Swedish: kall adj.; dial. kala `sanft wehen'; kul `Brise'; küla vb.; källa
Danish: kold adj.; kulde; kjöle vb.; kilde
Old English: calan `kalt s., frieren'; cile, cele, ciele, cyle `Kälte'; ceald, cald; cōl
English: chill, cold, cool
Old Frisian: kald adj.; kelde, kalde
Old Saxon: kald adj.
Middle Dutch: cout adj.; coude f., n., kelde; coel adj.
Dutch: koud adj.; koude f.; koel
Middle Low German: kōlt adj.; kōlde, kōld; kȫl adj.
Old High German: kalt (9.Jh.); chaltī; kuoli (um 1000)
Middle High German: kalt 'kalt'; küel(e) 'kühl, kalt'
German: kalt, Kälte; kühl
Comments: Finn kaltio `Quelle'
Proto-Germanic: *kalbaz, *kalbiz n.; *kalbōn f.; *kilbVr=
Meaning: calf
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *kalbō f. (n) `young cow, calf'
Old Norse: kalf-r m. `Kalb'
Norwegian: kalv
Swedish: kalv
Danish: kalv
Old English: cealf (celf, calf), -es, pl. cealfru (calfru) n./m. `calf'; ceolbor-, cilfor-, cilfor-, ceolbor-lamb n. `female lamb'
English: calf
Old Saxon: kalf
Middle Dutch: calf
Dutch: kalf, pl. kalveren n.
Old Franconian: calf
Middle Low German: kalf
Old High German: kalb, pl. kelbir (8.Jh.) `Kalb'; kalba = MHG kalbe; kilbur n. (11.Jh.); kilburra, kilbirra (9.Jh.) f. `Mutterlamb'
Middle High German: kalp (-b-) st. n. `Kalb'; kalbe wk. f. 'weibl. kalb, das über ein jehr ist u. noch nicht gekalbt hat'
German: Kalb n.
Proto-Germanic: *kal=; *kalm=
Meaning: swelling
IE etymology: IE etymology
Swedish: dial. kalm `Steinhaufen'
Dutch: { (ält.) kal `Kern in Äpfeln und Birnen' }
Proto-Germanic: *kalwa-
Meaning: naked, bald
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: calu (calo, caluw) `callow, bald, without hair'
English: callow
Old Frisian: kale `kaalheid'
Middle Dutch: cāle, cālū
Dutch: kaal
Middle Low German: kā̆l, kāle
Old High German: kalo (kalwēr) (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: kal (-w-) 'kahlköpfig'
German: kahl
Proto-Germanic: *kalzá-n, *kalzṓ, *kalzṓn- vb., *kalzḗn, *káls=, *kúlsōn- vb.
Meaning: call, shout
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kall n. `Ruf, Name', kalla wk. `nennen, sagen; rufen', kalls m., n. `Verlangung; Spott, Hohn'; kɔlsug-r `bissig, ärgerlich'
Norwegian: kalla
Swedish: kalla
Danish: kalde
Old English: ceallian (-ode; -od) `call, cry out, shout'; calla, -an m. `herald'
Middle English: callen
English: call
Old Frisian: kella `nennen'
Middle Dutch: callen `spreken, babelen, zeggen, vertellen'
Dutch: kallen
Middle Low German: kallen `spreken, zwetsen, indagen', kolsen `plaudern'
Old High German: kallōn `viel und laut sprechen'
Middle High German: kalle st. f. 'gerede, geschwätz'; kallen wk. 'viel und laub sprechen, schwatzen; singen; krächzen'
Proto-Germanic: *kamba-z; *kambian- vb.
Meaning: comb
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kamb-r m. `Kamm; Karde; gezackter Bergrücken', kemba wk. `kämmen'
Norwegian: kamb; kjemba
Swedish: kam; kämma
Danish: kam; kjämme
Old English: camb, -es m. `comb (for cleaning hair, wool, flax, etc.); crest of a cock, top of a helmet, etc.'; cemban (cämban) (-de; -ed) `to comb'
English: comb
Old Saxon: kamb; kembian
Middle Dutch: cam, dial. camp, camb
Dutch: kam m.
Middle Low German: kam
Old High German: kamb, kambo (10.Jh.) `Kamm, Helmbusch, Kranzgesims'; chemben
Middle High German: kamp (-b-), kam (-mm-) st. m., kambe, kamme wk. f., m. 'haar-, woll-, weberkamm usw.'
German: Kamm m.
Proto-Germanic: *kank=
Meaning: scold
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: canc, gecanc `Spott, Hohn, Tadel', cancettan `spotten'
Proto-Germanic: *kank=; *kingia-z, *kang=, *kangia-z, -ō etc.
Meaning: hook, smth. crooked
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: keng-r m. `Biegung, Haken, Bügel', kɔngur-vāfa `Spinne', kɔngul-l m. `Beerenbüschel'; NIsl kengja f. `Heftel eines Gürtels', king-ur m. `Biegung', kingja f. `Heftel des Gürtels eines Saumsattels'; NGerm > Fin kangus `Gewebe', kinkko, kinkon `Bündel'
Norwegian: kjeng, king `Eisenhaken'
Swedish: dial kang `hinabhängender schlanker Zweig', kɔng (bes. von Pferden) `lebhaft, erregt', künge ` Bündel'
Old English: gangel-wǟfre `Spinne'
Middle English: cangle `Einfriedigung'
Middle Low German: kanker wk. m. 'eine art spinne'
Middle High German: kanker wk. m. `eine art spinne'
German: dial. kanker `Spinne'
Comments: Fin kangus `Gewebe'; kinkko, kinkon `Bündel'
Proto-Germanic: *kanku-z
Meaning: swelling
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kɔkk-r m. `Ball', vatn-kakki `Wassergefäss'
Norwegian: kokk, kakk `kleines Holzgefäss'
Proto-Germanic: *karkian- vb., *krakōn- vb., *kurkōn- vb.
Meaning: shout
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: cracian, cearcian `erschallen'
English: crack, chark
Middle Dutch: crāken
Dutch: kraken
Middle Low German: krāken, kracken, krachen
Low German: westf. kurken
Old High German: krahhēn (um 800), krahhōn (10.Jh.) `krachen'; krah, krac (10.Jh.)
Middle High German: krachen wk. 'krachen, krachend brechen; krach st. m. 'knall, schall, krachen; riss, sprung'
German: krachen; Krach m.
Proto-Germanic: *karma-z
Meaning: basket
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: karm-r m. `Bretterwand, Brustwehr'
Norwegian: karm `Holzrahmen'
Swedish: karm `Brustwehr, Wagenkorb'
Danish: karm `Brustwehr, Wagenkorb'
Proto-Germanic: *karō; *karm=; *karēn-, -ōn- vb.; *karaga-
Meaning: care, sorrow, cry
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kara f. (ō) `Sorge', *karōn wk. `be concerned', *ga-karōn wk. care for'
Old Norse: kɔr f. `Bett, bes. Krankenbett'; poet. `Kummer, Schmerz'
Norwegian: kor
Old English: cearu (caru, -o), -e f. `care, sorrow, grief'; cirm (cyrm), -es m. `noise, shout, clamour, uproar, loud sound (of thunder, trumpet)', cearm, -es m. `clamour, noise'; { carian }; { cearig; carian }
English: care; chary
Old Frisian: kar- `vasten'; mōd-karag `bekümmert'; kara `Sorge, Klage'; karon `wehklagen', karm `Wehklage'
Old Saxon: karm `Geschrei'; kara; karag; karon `weeklagen'
Middle Dutch: cārich `zuinig, gierig'
Dutch: karig
Middle Low German: karch `sparsam, geizig, hartherzig'; karmen `wimmern, jammern, seufzen'
Old High German: kara `Trauer, Wehklage' (9.Jh.); karag `traurig, besorgt, betrübt' (9.Jh.); { karēn }; karōn `wehklagen' (um 800)
Middle High German: kar st. f. 'trauer, wehklage'; karc `klug, listig, schlau, streng, sparsam, knapp, knauserig'; karmen, karn wk. `trauern, klagen'
German: karg; Karfreitag
Proto-Germanic: *karska-, *karskia-, *karskiōn
Meaning: fresh, quick
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: karsk-r `rasch, mutig', kersk-r `lebhaft, munter', kerska f. `Fröhlichkeit, Kurzweil'
Norwegian: karsk
Swedish: karsk
Old Danish: karsk
Middle Low German: kask, karsch `munter, frisch'
Middle High German: karsch adj. 'frisch, munter'
German: dial. karsch `frisch, munter'
Proto-Germanic: *kaujan-; *kūmō
Meaning: call
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: cīegan `rufen'
Old High German: gi-kewen `nennen, heissen'; kūma f. `Wehklage', kūmen `klagen'
Middle High German: kūmen wk. 'trauern, wehklagen', tr. 'sich um etw. ängstlich bemühen'; kūm(e) adv. 'mit mühe, schwerlich; nicht, gar nicht'
Proto-Germanic: *kaur=
Meaning: wool
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: kaur `Lammwolle; fein gekräuselte Welle', kaure krause `Locke (bes. von Wolle), spiralig gewundener Hobelspan'
Proto-Germanic: *kawō, *kajō
Meaning: a bird
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: kaie
Swedish: kaja
Danish: kɔ `Dohle'
Old English: cēo `Alpenkrähe'
Old Saxon: kāa, kā
Middle Dutch: cauwe `Dohle', Kil. kauwe, kae
Dutch: kauw f.
Middle Low German:
Old High German: { kaha, kāa, kā `cornix' }
Proto-Germanic: *kaxxitjan-/*gakkitjan- vb.
Meaning: laugh
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: { gagl 'Schneegans'; gaga 'verspotten' }
Old English: ceahhettan `laut lachen'
English: gaggle
Middle Dutch: gāgelen
Dutch: gaggelen
Middle Low German: gāgelen
Old High German: ga(c)kizzen (11.Jh.), irgackizen, irgickazzen (Hs.12.Jh.) {, kachazzen `laut lachen' }
Middle High German: gāgen, gāgern wk. 'schreien wie die gans', gagzen wk. 'gackern' { gackezen, gagezen }
German: gackern, gacksen, gackeln
Proto-Germanic: *keina-z, -n
Meaning: splinter
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: cēn `Fackel aus harzreichem Nadeholz'
Dutch: kien n.
Middle Low German: kēn
Old High German: kien (8. Jh.) `Kienspan, Fackel, Kiefer'
Middle High German: kien st. m., n. 'kien; kienspan, -fackel, fackel'
German: Kien m.
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