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Proto-Germanic: *kwillan- vb., *kwalma-z, *kwillō
Meaning: damp, dust, boil over
IE etymology: IE etymology
Danish: (ält.) kval `Dampf, Dunst'
Old English: (ge)collen `geschwollen'; cwiella, cwylla m. `bron'; collen-ferhɵ `mit geschwollenem Mut, stolz'
Old Saxon: quella `bron, wel'; quellan
Middle Dutch: quellen st./wk. `opborrelen; zich uitzetten'
Dutch: kwalm m.; vlam. kwelm `wel'; kwellen st. `zwellen, opzwellen'; kwel f. `bron, wel'
Middle Low German: quallem, qualm `Qualm, Dampf, Rauch'; quellen `(auf)quellen, dünn, locker werden, aufwallen vor Zorn, Schmerz'
Old High German: quellen (quall) (10.Jh.) `hervorsprudeln'; quella `Quelle' (um 1000)
Middle High German: quëllen st. intr. 'quellen, anschwellen', refl. 'zusammenquellen, wachsen', qualm st. m. 'beklemmung', quëlle f. 'quelle'
German: quellen, Quelle f., Quell m.; Qualm
Proto-Germanic: *kwill=
Meaning: fether-stem
IE etymology: IE etymology
Middle English: qwille `Federkiel, Weberspule, Speiler an einem Fass, Stachel eines Igels'
English: quill
Low German: westfäl. kwiǝle `Federkiel'
Proto-Germanic: *kwiman-; *kuman-; *kwēmia-; *kwēmōn; *kumsti-z, *kúmɵi-z, *kumi-z
Meaning: come
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kʷiman st. `come; become; arrive'; ga-kʷumɵ-s f. (i) `synagogue, assembly; assembling'; kʷum-s m. (i) `arrival'
Old Norse: koma st. `kommen'; sam-kund f. `Zusammenkunft, Gesellschaft'; kvǟm-r `kommend, zugänglich'; kvāma f. `Ankunft, Besuch'
Norwegian: koma vb.
Swedish: komma vb.
Danish: komme vb.
Old English: cuman; opt. cyme, 3 pl. cymen; cyme `Ankunft'; gecwēme `angenehm, passend'
English: come
Old Frisian: koma, kuma vb.
Old Saxon: kuman
Middle Dutch: cōmen; comst, comste f.
Dutch: komen; komst f.
Old Franconian: cuman
Middle Low German: kōmen, kāmen, kommen; kumpst, komst
Old High German: queman (8.Jh.); coman, chuman; kumft (8.Jh.), kunft (9.Jh.); cumi `Ankunft'; biquāmi `bequem'
Middle High German: komen st. (/kumen, këmen, quëmen, prt. kam, kom, quam) 'kommen'; kunst st. f. 'das wissen, die kenntnis; kunst; erleuchtung des innern, ekstase'; kumft, kunft st. f. 'das kommen, die zu-, ankunft'
German: kommen; Kunft f.
Proto-Germanic: *kwinōn, *kunōn; *kwēni-z, *kwēnō
Meaning: woman
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kʷinō f. (n) `woman, female'; kʷēn-s f. (i) `wife'
Old Norse: kona f. `Frau'; kvǟn, kvān, kvɔ̄n f. `Frau'; kvendi n. `Weiber'; kvenna, kvinna f. `Weib, Frau'
Norwegian: kona, dial. kvɔn `Frau', kvende `Weiber'; kvinna `Weib, Frau'
Swedish: kona `Frau', kvinna `Weib, Frau'
Danish: kone `Frau', kvinde `Weib, Frau'
Old English: cwene (cwyne), -an f., cwēn, -e, pl. cwēne/-a f. `woman; wife; queen'
English: quean, queen
Old Saxon: quena `Frau'; quān st. f. `Ehefrau'
Middle Dutch: quene, kone `Frau'
Dutch: kween f.
Old High German: quena `Frau'
Middle High German: kon(e), kan, kun, quëne wk. f. 'weib, eheweib'
Proto-Germanic: *kwirkō
Meaning: gullet, throat, smother
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kverk f. `Kehle, Gurgel'; kürkja `erwürgen'
Norwegian: kverk
Swedish: dial. kvärk
Danish: kverk
Old Frisian: querka `erwürgen'
Middle Low German: querke, quarke
Old High German: quer(e)kela, querka `Gurgel'
Proto-Germanic: *kwirnu-z, *kwirnō(n), *kurnō
Meaning: millstone
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: asilu-kʷɛrnu-s f.? (u) `donkey-mill'
Old Norse: kvern f. `Mühle'
Norwegian: kvern
Swedish: kvarn
Danish: kvern
Old English: cweorn, -e f., cweorne, -an f. `mill, hand-mill, quern'; esol-cweorn f. `donkey-mill'
English: quern
Old Frisian: quern
Old Saxon: quern
Dutch: kweern
Old High German: quirn, chwirna `Mühlstein, Handmühle'; churn f. `millstone, handmill, quern'
Middle High German: kürne, kürn, kurn st. f. 'mühlstein, mühle'; kurne-stein, md. quirnstein 'mühlstein', kürnen 'zermalmen'
Proto-Germanic: *kwírɵra-n, -z
Meaning: bait
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: querdar `Köder' (10.Jh.)
Middle High German: quërder, korder, körder, kërder, këder, koder, köder st. n., m. `Lockspeise, Flicklappen von Leder, Tuch'
German: Köder
Proto-Germanic: *kwiru
Meaning: thorn
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kʷɛru n (u) `thorn, spike'
Proto-Germanic: *kwiru-
Meaning: tame, quiet
Gothic: kʷɛrru-s (u) `friendly, gentle'
Old Norse: kür-r, kvir-r `still, ruhig, friedlich'
Middle Low German: querre `tame'
Middle High German: kürre `zahm, mild', md. kurre, kirre
German: kirre
Proto-Germanic: *kwistian- vb., *kwistiō
Meaning: destroy, press, torment
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kʷistjan wk. `destroy, subject to torment', fra-, us-kʷistjan `id.', *fra-kʷistnan wk. `perish, be destroyed'
Danish: dial. qvista `press'
Middle Dutch: te quiste gaen `te gronde gaan'; quisten `spillen, verspillen; te loor gaan'
Dutch: kwistig; verkwisten
Middle Low German: quist st. f. `torment'; quisten `vernietigen, verkwisten'
Old High German: quist st. f. `torment' ; ar-, firquisten `verderben (tr.)'
Proto-Germanic: *kwiɵan-, *kwaɵō, *kwiɵja-z, *kwiɵjōn, *kwaɵjan- vb.; *kwēɵia-n
Meaning: say, speak
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kʷiɵan st. `say'
Old Norse: kveδa st. `sagen, sprechen'; kviδ-r m. `Mitteilung, Aussage, Urteil'; kvɔδ f. `Forderung, Vorladung, Verpflichtung'; kviδa f. `Gedicht', kveδja wk. `anreden, begrüssen, auffordern', kvǟδi n. `Gedicht'
Norwegian: kveda vb.; kväde
Swedish: kväda vb.; kväde
Old Danish: kvädä vb.
Old English: cweδan `reden, sprechen, sagen, nennen, erklären'; cweddian
Old Frisian: quetha `sagen, sprechen, bedeuten'
Old Saxon: quethan `sagen, sprechen, bedeuten'; quidi st. m. `Rede, Wort'; queddian
Middle Dutch: quedden
Old High German: quedan `sagen, sprechen, bedeuten'; quettan `grüssen'
Middle High German: quëden st. (/quoden, koden, köden, këden) 'sagen, sprechen; schallen'
Proto-Germanic: *kwíɵu-z / *kwid=́, *kutt(i)ō
Meaning: stomach, womb
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *kʷiɵu-s m. (u) `stomach, womb'
Old Norse: kviδ-r m. `Magen, Bauch, Leib'
Old Swedish: kviɵer `Magen, Mutterleib'
Swedish: kved
Old Danish: kvid `Mutterleib'
Old English: cwiɵ, -es m., cwiɵa, -an m. `womb'; cwidele `Geschwulst'
Dutch: kut f.
Middle Low German: queden `Bauchfell der Eichhörnchen'
Low German: westf. kutte `cunnus'
Old High German: quiti `vulva', quoden `femina, interior coxae pars'
Middle High German: kutel wk. f., kutel-vlëc st. m. `eingeweide von tieren'; kotze st./wk. f. 'hure; vulva'
Proto-Germanic: *kwīnan-, *kwinōn-; *kwīman-
Meaning: grow old, perish
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: cwīnan, prt. cwān `hinschwinden, abnehmen, kränkeln'
Middle Dutch: Kil. quijnen; quenen
Dutch: kwijnen
Middle Low German: quīnen
Low German: westfäl. kwīmen `kankeln', kwīmelig `verweichlicht'
Middle High German: verquīnen st. 'dahin schwinden'
Proto-Germanic: *kwramma-
Meaning: wet
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kʷrammiɵa f. (ō) `moisture'
Old Norse: kramm-r `halbgeschmolzen, klumpig (von nassem Schnee)'
Norwegian: kram `nass (vom Schnee)'
Swedish: kram `nass (vom Schnee)'
Proto-Germanic: *labōn-
Meaning: strengthen, refresh
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: lafian 'waschen, baden'
Old Saxon: lavon `laben, verkwikken'
Middle Dutch: laven `laben, verkwikken, troosten'
Dutch: laven
Old High German: labōn `waschen, erquicken, erfrieschen' (9.Jh.), laba (9.Jh.) `Labe, Labung, Erquickung, Erholung'
Middle High German: laben wk. 'waschen, mit Wasser benetzen, erquicken, (das Vieh) tränken'; labe st. f. 'labung; nährung'
German: laben; Labe f.
Comments: Considered to be borrowed < Lat. lavāre (at least with the meaning 'waschen').
Proto-Germanic: *lagjá-z, *láxaz
Meaning: thigh
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: legg-r m. `Bein, Wade, Knochenröhre', lǟr n. `Schenkel'
Norwegian: legg; lɔr, lär
Old Swedish: lɔr `Schenkel'
Swedish: lägg
Danish: legg, läg; lɔr
Middle English: lag (XIII c.)
English: leg
Old High German: Langob lagi `Oberschenkel'
Proto-Germanic: *lagú-z; *láxō
Meaning: see, water
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: lɔg-r m. `See, Wasser, Nass', lɔ̄, lā `Strandwasser, Meer, Welle'
Norwegian: log; lɔ `Sumpwasser, bes. rotgefärbt durch Eisenerz'
Swedish: lag
Old Danish: low, lou
Old English: lagu (lago) m. `see, water'
Old Saxon: lagu `See'
Middle High German: lā st. f. 'lache, sumpf, sumpfwiese'
Proto-Germanic: *laiftra-n, -ō
Meaning: lightning
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: leiptr f., n. `Lichtglanz, Blitz'
Proto-Germanic: *laigōn-, *(s)likkōn-, *slīkVn=
Meaning: lick
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *bi-laigōn wk. `leck'
Old Norse: sleikja wk. `lecken'
Norwegian: dial. sleikja vb.
Swedish: dial. sleka vb.
Danish: dial. slege vb.
Old English: liccian `lecken'
English: lick
Old Saxon: { lekkon }, likkon `lecken'
Middle Dutch: licken, lecken; { slīken, slicken }
Dutch: likken
Old Franconian: leccon
Middle Low German: licken, lecken; slecken, slicken
Old High German: lecken (8.Jh.), leckōn (um 800) { lecchōn `lecken' }
Middle High German: lëcken sw. tr. '(be)lecken', intr. 'duften'; slicken, slichen wk. 'schlingen, schlucken, zupfen', slëcken wk. 'naschen'
German: lecken
Proto-Germanic: *laikan-, *laika-z, *laiki-z
Meaning: jump, play
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *laikan st. `jump, hop', bi-laikan `mock'; *laik-s m. (i) `dance'
Old Norse: leika st. `spielen', leik-r m. `Spiel'
Norwegian: leika vb.; leik
Swedish: leka vb.; lek
Danish: lege vb.; leg
Old English: lācan, leolc/lēc `sich schnell bewegen, spielen; singen, fechten', lāc n., f. `Spiel, Kampf, Beute, Gabe'
Middle Dutch: huwe-lijc, houwe-lijc, houwe-lic
Dutch: huwe-lijk n.
Middle Low German: lēk `das Leichen, Laich', hillik, hīlich
Old High German: leih m. `Spiel, Melodie, Gesang' (10.Jh., harfleih 9./10.Jh.); wetarleih 'Blitz'
Middle High German: leich st. m. 'tonstück, gespielte melodie; gesang aus ungleichen strophen, epischer gesang zur harfe''; leichen wk. { ptc. geleichen } `hüpfen; sein spiel mit einem treiben, ihn foppen und betrügen'; hīleich 'vermählung', hīleichen wk. 'heiraten'
German: Leich m.; dial. laich `lusus venerius'; Wetterleuchten
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