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Proto-Germanic: *kurna-n, *kurnia-n; *kirnō; *kurnila-z
Meaning: corn
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kɔrn n. (a) `grain, wheat'; kɔrnō n. (u) `(single) grain (of wheat)'
Old Norse: korn n. `Korn'; hamal-kürni `Getreideart', kjarni m. `Kern'
Norwegian: korn
Old Swedish: run. dat. walha-kurne `auf dem Welschkorne = Gold'
Swedish: korn `Korn', kärna `Kern'
Danish: korn `Korn', kärne `Kern'
Old English: corn, -es n. `corn, grain, seed, berry; hard or cornlike pimple, corn, kernel on the feet', cyrnel (cyrnl), -es n./m.? `kernel, grain; kernel of a nut; hard concretion in the filth, an indurated gland or strumous swelling; tonsil'
English: corn
Old Frisian: koren `koren', kernel
East Frisian: körrel, körl, karrel, karl, kennel, Fris korel, koarel
Old Saxon: korn n. `koren, rogge', { -kurni }; kerno
Middle Dutch: corn, cōren, coorn m., n. `korrel, koren, korenaar, -veld'; corle; kerne, keerne `kern, pit'
Dutch: koren, koorn n.; korrel m.; kern f.
Middle Low German: kōrn; kerne `Kern'
Old High German: korn n. (8.Jh.) `zaadkorrel, steenvrucht, koren'; { -kurni }; kern (12.Jh.), kerno (9.Jh.) `Kern'
Middle High German: korn st. n. 'fruchtkorn, bes. vom getreide, spez. vom roggen; getreidepflanze, halm; kornfeld'; kern(e) wk./st. m. 'kern'
German: Korn n.; Kern m.
Proto-Germanic: *kurpōn, *kurpa-n
Meaning: fold
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: NIsl korpa f. `Runzel, Falte', korpa f., korp n. `dicke, knorrige Rinde'
Proto-Germanic: *kurtVs=
Meaning: fever
IE etymology: IE etymology
Middle Dutch: corts, coorts, curts m., cortse, curtse f. `Fieber'
Dutch: koorts f. `лихорадка'
Middle Low German: korts `Fieber'
Proto-Germanic: *kuru-
Meaning: heavy
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *kɔru-s `weighty'; kɔrjan wk. `be a burden, oppress'
Proto-Germanic: *kuss-ja- vb., *kuss-a- m., n.
Meaning: kiss
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: { küssa; koss }
Swedish: küssa; küss
Old English: cyssan; coss
English: kiss; kiss sbs.
Old Saxon: kussian; koss, kuss
Middle Dutch: cussen; cus, cusse
Dutch: kussen; kus
Middle Low German: küssen; kus
Old High German: kussen (9.Jh.); kus (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: küssen wk. 'küssen'; kus, kos (-ss-) st. m., n. 'kuss'
German: küssen; Kuss m.
Proto-Germanic: *kutilōn- vb.
Meaning: kittle
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: obd. kuzzilōn (10.Jh.); kuzzil (10.Jh.)
Middle High German: kützeln wk. 'kitzeln'
German: (älter) Kützel `Kitzel'
Proto-Germanic: *kutt=
Meaning: woollen clothes
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: { cot n., m.; cote, cyte }
Old Saxon: kot, pl. kottos m. `grobes Wollenzeug, Decke oder Mantel davon'
Middle Dutch: cot n. `hut, hok'; cote f., n.
Dutch: kot n.
Middle Low German: kot n.; kote m.
Old High German: koʒʒo `grobes Wollenzeug, Decke oder Mantel davon', umbi-kuʒʒi `Obergewand'
Middle High German: [ kot n., m. < LG ]
German: schweiz. choder `Lumpen'
Proto-Germanic: *kūran-
Meaning: curved, crooked
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: kūra `sich zusammenkauern'
German: kauern
Proto-Germanic: *kūtiō, *kūtiēn
Meaning: a bird
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: { cǖta `Milan, Rohrdommel, Gabelweihe' }
Middle High German: kūze, kūz wk./st. m. 'kauz'; hess. PN Kuiz, Kūze (Anf. 14.Jh.)
German: Kauz m.; frühnhd. Kutz(e), Kautz(e) m. (/f.); frühnhd. stein-kutz, -kutze, -keutz (15.Jh.)
Proto-Germanic: *kwabjan-; *kwēbian-; *kwōba-n
Meaning: sink, plunge, extinguish
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kvefja wk. `ersticken', kvafna wk. `ersticken'; kvǟfa tr. `ersticken, erdrosseln'; kōf n. `Qualm, Rauch', kȫfa wk. `ersticken'
Norwegian: kveva vb.; k(v)avna, kvɔvna `ersticken'; kväva vb.; kov `Regen-, Schneewolken'
Old Swedish: kvaf `Tiefe'
Swedish: kväva vb.; dial. kvamna `den Atem verlieren'; kväva vb.; dial. kōva `Schneegestöber'
Danish: dial. kvavne, kvovne `erdrosseln'
Middle High German: erqueben `ersticken'
Proto-Germanic: *kwadjan- vb., *kwatiskōn- vb., etc.
Meaning: break in pieces, press, crush
IE etymology: IE etymology
Swedish: dial. kvadda `in Stücke schlagen, zermalmen'
Old Frisian: quetsene `Quetschung'
Middle Dutch: quetsen, quessen `wonden, kneuzen, verbrijzelen, beschadigen, benadeln'; gewond worden, breken'
Dutch: kwetsen; vlam. kwetteren `kneuzen',
Old Franconian: quezzon `allidere'
Middle Low German: quessen, quetsen `drücken, verletzen, beschädigen'
Low German: quadderen `in Stücke schlagen, zermalmen'
Middle High German: quɛtzen, quɛtschen wk. 'schlagen, prägen; stossen, zerdrücken'
German: quetschen
Proto-Germanic: *k(w)a[f]a-n
Meaning: sea
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kaf n. `die Tiefe des Meeres; Meer'
Old Swedish: kvaf `die Tiefe des Meeres; Meer'
Proto-Germanic: *kwak=
Meaning: shake, swing
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: dial. kvakla `pfuschen'
Swedish: dial. kvakla `pfuschen'
Danish: kvakle `pfuschen'
Old English: cwacian `zittern', cweccan `in ziternde Bewegung versetzen, drehen, schwingen, schütteln'
English: quake
Old Frisian: OEFRis kwakkelen `knoeien, beuzelen, sukkelen, naar en vochtig weer zijn'
East Frisian: Fris kwakkelje `sukkelen, niet doorvriezen'
Middle Dutch: quackelen
Dutch: kwakkelen `kränkeln'
Middle Low German: quackelen `beuzelen, leuteren'
German: { quackeln }
Proto-Germanic: *kwappō(n)
Meaning: tadpole, burbot
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Saxon: quappa`f. `puitaal'
Middle Dutch: quappe (XVI), (Kiliaen) quabbe `halskwab, kossem; pad, kikvors, sommige vissen'
Dutch: kwab, kwabbe f.
Middle Low German: quappe, quabbe,
Old High German: quappa f. (10. Jh.), quappo f. (Hs. 13. Jh.),
Middle High German: quappe, kape, kobe wk. m. 'aalquappe'
German: Quappe
Proto-Germanic: *kwartar=, *kurtVr=
Meaning: herd
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: corδer `Herde'
Old High German: kortar `Herde'; quartar `id.'
Middle High German: quarter (/ korter, korder) st. n. 'herde'
Proto-Germanic: *kwastō, *kwastiō
Meaning: bunch of branches, besem
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Swedish: kvaster, koster,
Swedish: qvast
Danish: kost, dial. kvost `Laubbüschel; Reisbesen'
Old Saxon: quest `Laubbüschel'
Dutch: kwast
Middle Low German: quest
Old High German: questa f. (um 1000) `die Scham verhüllender Schurz aus Blätter'
Middle High German: quɛste, quast(e), kost(e), kaste wk. m., f. 'büschel, wedel von einem baume, laubbüschel; badwedel; federbüschel als helmschmuck; bürstenartiges geräte'
German: Quaste f.
Proto-Germanic: *kwēd=
Meaning: bad, mean
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: { cwēad }
Middle English: cwēd `slecht'
Old Frisian: quād `slecht, boos', quād `drek, mest'
Middle Dutch: qwaet `schlecht, boos, verkeerd', quaet n. `vuilnis, drek'
Dutch: kwaad, dial. kōt
Middle Low German: quāt `slecht, zondig, gemeen, toornig', quāt, quōt, kōt, kāt `drek, mest'
Old High German: quāt (10/11.Jh.)
Middle High German: quāt, kāt, quōt, kōt st. n. 'kot'; quāt adj. (ndrh.) 'böse, schlimm'
German: [ Kot m. < MdG ]; tirol. kōt `ekelhaftes Tier', pl. köter `allerhand Ungeziefer'
Proto-Germanic: *kwidwa-n; *kwēdōn
Meaning: rezin, sticky matter
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kvāδa f. `Harz'; NIsl kvoδa `Biestmilch'
Norwegian: kvɔda, kvae `Harz'; dial. kväde `Birkensaft', kväda, kōda `Biestmilch'
Swedish: kɔda `Harz', dial. kvɔda, kva(da)
Old Danish: { kvade }
Danish: kvade, kvae
Old English: cwudu (cwuda, cudu), -wes/-ues n., cweodo (cwidu), -wes/-ues n. `what is chewed, a cud, quid'
English: cud, quid
Old High German: kuti (12.Jh.), { quiti } `gluten'
Middle High German: küte, küt st. m. 'kitt'
German: Kitt m.
Proto-Germanic: *kwikwa-, *kwiwa-; *kwikwōn
Meaning: alive, quick
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kʷiu-s (wa) `alive'; ana-, *ga-kʷiujan `make alive'; *ga-kʷiunan `become alive'
Old Norse: kvik-r, kük-r, acc. kükvan `lebendig'; kvika, kvikva f. `Fleisch unter den Nägeln und Klauen; fliessendes Wasser aus einer Quelle'
Norwegian: kvik; kvika
Swedish: kvick
Danish: kvik; kvikker `schnell wachsendes Unkraut (Triticum repens)'
Old English: cwic, cwicu, cucu `lebendig'; cwice `Hundegras'
English: quick
Old Frisian: quick; quik, quek `vee'
Old Saxon: quik `levend, levendig'
Middle Dutch: quic `levendig'; quic, quec `dier, stuk vee, vee'; queke `Unkraut'
Dutch: kwik, kwiek
Middle Low German: quick
Low German: quick
Old High German: alem. kec (um 1000) `lebendig'; quec {, gen. queckes } (8.Jh.); quecca `Unkraut'
Middle High German: quicken wk. (/kücken, kucken, chuchen, kicken) 'lebendig machen, beleben, erwecken, erfrischen'; quëc, këc, koc `lebendig, lebhaft, frisch, munter'
German: queck, keck; Quecke `Hundegras' (пырей)
Proto-Germanic: *kwilan- vb.; *kwaljō; *kwalō; *kwaljan-; *kwalm=; *kwēlō; *kwildí-, *kwildá-
Meaning: torment, pinish
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kvelja wk. `plagen, martern, quälen'; kvɔl f. `Pein, Qual'; kvell f. `Schmerz'
Norwegian: kvelja vb.
Swedish: kval; kvälja vb.
Danish: kväle vb.; kval
Old English: cwelan `sterben'; cwalu `Tötung, gewaltsamer Mord'; cwield `Tot'; cwellan
English: kill
Old Saxon: quelan, qual `Pein leiden'; quāla `Qual, Marter'; qualm `Tod, Verheerung'; quellian
Middle Dutch: quēlen `er slecht aan toe zijn, kwijnen, ziek zijn, droevig zijn, zondigen, kwellen'; quāle f. `lijden, kwaal, zedelijk gebrek'; quellen `folteren, kwellen, plagen; sukkelen, kwijnen, lijden, bedroefd zijn'
Dutch: kwaal f.; kwellen
Middle Low German: quēlen `gekweld worden, pijn hebben, kwellen'
Old High German: quelan (qual) st. `leiden, sich quälen, martern'; quāla f. (8.Jh.) `Qual, Elend, Hölle'; qualm `Tod, Verheerung'; quilti-werk `Abendarbeit'; quellen
Middle High German: quāl(e), kāl(e), kōl(e) (/quǟle, quēle, quēl, kēle) st. f., quāl st. m. `Beklemmung, Marter, Qual'; quëln (/koln, kollen, këln) st. `Schmerzen leiden, sich quälen, abmarten', wk. tr. 'drängen, drücken, zwängen'
German: Qual f., quälen
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