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Proto-Germanic: *láisiz, *laisizan-
Meaning: less
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: lǟs; lǟssa, lǟrest, lǟst
English: less
Old Frisian: lēssa, lērest, lēst
Old Saxon: lēs
Proto-Germanic: *láisō, *lísō, *laisti-z, *laista-z, *laistō
Meaning: track, trace
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: laist-s m. (i) `track, trace'
Old Norse: leist-r m. `Hosebein, Strumpf; Schritt'
Norwegian: leist
Swedish: lest
Danish: läst
Old English: lāst (lǟst, lēast), -es m. `step, footstep, sole of the foot, track, trace'
Middle Dutch: Kil. leese `sulcus et orbita', leest m. `vorm, model, schoenmakersleest'
Dutch: leest f.
Middle Low German: lēst, lēste `leest'
Old High German: wagan-leisa `Wagenspur' (9.Jh.); lesa `Runzel'; leist Spur, Leisten' (11.Jh.)
Middle High German: leis(e) st./wk. f. 'spur, geleis'; leist st. m. 'weg, spur; form, leisten des schuhmachers'
German: Leisten m. (Leist, Leiste); leisten; Gleis n., Geleis(e) n.
Proto-Germanic: *láiɵa-
Meaning: sorrow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: leiδ-r `verhasst, leid'
Norwegian: leid
Swedish: led
Danish: led
Old English: lāɵ `unangenehm; verhasst'; lāɵ `kwwad etc.'
English: loath, loth
Old Frisian: lēth `leed, overlast'
Old Saxon: lēth `unangenehm; verhasst'; lēth `kwaad, zonde'
Middle Dutch: leet sbs.; leet `hateijk, gehaat, onaangenaam, droevig, boosaardig'
Dutch: leed n.; leed adj.
Middle Low German: lēt 'Leid, Schmerz', lēde 'Leid, Schmerz, Trauer, Angst, Bangigkeit'
Old High German: leida 'Anklage, Verfolgung' (8.Jh.), leid (9.Jh.) sbs.; leid (8.Jh.) `unangenehm; verhasst'; leid `leed, smart'
Middle High German: leit (-d-) st. n. 'das angetane Böse, Unrecht, Schädigung, Kränkung, Beleidigung, Sünde', leide st. f. 'Leid, Schmerz, Feindseligkeit'; leide st. n. 'totenklage'; leit (-d-) 'nicht lieb, betrübend, widerwärtig, verhasst, schmerzlich'
German: Leid n., leid
Proto-Germanic: *laiwa-n
Meaning: harm, injure
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: lǟ n. `Schaden, Verlust; List, Betrug' (poet.)
Old English: lǟw `Verstümmelung'
Old High German: { lēwes, lēs `ac, leider' }
Middle High German: lēwes, lēs adv. 'leider, eheu'
Proto-Germanic: *lajan- ?
Meaning: despise
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *laian ?: prt. 3 pl. lɛlōun `despised'
Proto-Germanic: *lajiz, *laiza-n, *laiza-z, *laizōn; *līma-n, *laimēn, *laima-z, -n; *slīma-n
Meaning: clay
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: līm n. `Leim, Kalk'; leir n. `Lehm, Schlamm', leira f. `schlammige Stelle', leir-r m. `Lehm, Lehmboden'; slīm n. `Schleim'
Norwegian: lim; leir; leira; slim
Swedish: lim; ler; slem
Danish: lim; ler; slim
Old English: lām n. `Lehm, Humus', līm `Leim, Kalk'; slīm n. `slijk'
English: loam
Old Saxon: līm m. `lijm', lēmo m. (10./11.Jh.)
Middle Dutch: lijm n. (/m.?) `modder, speeksel, lijm'; leem, lēme, leim, liem; slijm n. `slijk'
Dutch: lijm m.; leem n., m.; slijm n., m.
Old Franconian: leimo m.
Middle Low German: slīm; lēm
Old High German: leim (um 800) `Lehm', leimo m. `Ton, Lehm' (8.Jh.); līm (9.Jh.) `Leim, Kalk'; slīm `Schleim', slīmen `glatt machen, blank schärfen' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: līm st. m. 'leim, vogelleim'; slīm st. m. `Schlamm, klebrige Flüssigkeit, schmierige Substanz, Vogelleim'; leim(e) st./wk. f., md. lēm 'lehm'
German: Lehm m. (< md.), Leim m., { dial. Leimen }; Schleim m.
Proto-Germanic: *laka- adj., *lēka-, *lōk=; *slaka- adj., *slaknan-, *slakjan-, *slōk=, *slēk=
Meaning: useless, weak, slow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: lak-r, lāk-r `unbedeutend, schlecht'; slak-r `schlaff', slakna `erschlaffen', slōk-r `schwerfällige Mensch' (poet.)
Norwegian: slōken `schlaff'; dial. sloka `mühsam gehen', lōka `zaudern, langsam herumschlendern', lōk `schlaffer, fauler Mensch'; lɔk `schlecht, schwach'; slakk adj.; dial. slok `träge Person'
Old Swedish: slöki-frith, -frilla `Kebsweib'
Swedish: slōk, slɔk `leichtsinniges Weib'; dial. lōka `schlaff heradhängen'; slak adj.; slockna vb.; dial. slok `träge Person'; dial. slöke `leichtsinniges Weib'; sloka `schlaff abhängen'
Old Danish: slökä-frith `Kebse'
Danish: slak adj.; slegfred `Kebse'
Old English: släc `schlaff, träge, langsam', ge-sleccan `schwächen', slacian; slacor `schlaff'
English: slack
Old Saxon: slak `schlaff, schwach'; ptc. gislekit `stumpf gemacht'; slekkian
Middle Dutch: slac `slap, los, traag'; slāken `slap maken, losmaken, ontslaan, lenigen', intr. `losgaan, bedaren'
Dutch: dial. slaak n. `rustig, onbewogen water'; slaken; { lak `schlaff, lose; wollüstig' }
Middle Low German: lak `schlaff, lose', slac `schlaff, schwach'; slak-sīde `Bauch'; slāken `slap, zwak maken, zijn'
Old High German: { slah `schlaff, träge' }
Middle High German: slach 'schlaff, welk'
German: { dial. lack `schlaff, lose' }
Proto-Germanic: *lak(w)jan-
Meaning: seize
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: läccan `fassen, ergreifen'
English: latch
Proto-Germanic: *lal(l)-ō- vb., *lal-ja- vb.
Meaning: mumble
IE etymology: IE etymology
Swedish: lalla
Danish: lalle
Old High German: lalōn (um 900)
Middle High German: lallen, lellen
German: lallen
Proto-Germanic: *lama-, *lamjan-, *luma-, *lumōn-, *lōmian- vb.
Meaning: lame
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: lami `gelähmt, gebrechlich'; lamin-n `gelähmt'; lemja `lähmen'; luma wk. `loslassen, schleppen lassen'
Norwegian: lamen; lemja vb.; luma `schlärfig sein'; lum `warm, sanft, mild'
Old Swedish: lämia vb.
Swedish: lam; dial. lömt `ruhig, still (vom Wetter)'
Old Danish: lämia vb.
Danish: lam; dial. lum `drückend heiss'
Old English: lama `lahm'; lemian, lemman `lähmen'
English: lame
Old Frisian: lom `lahm'; lemma vb.
Old Saxon: lamo `lahm, verkrüppelt', lemmian `lähmen'
Middle Dutch: lam, gen. lāmes/lammes
Dutch: lam
Middle Low German: lam
Old High German: lam `lahm, gelähmt, abgestumpft' (8.Jh.), lemmian, lemmen `lähmen'
Middle High German: lam 'gliederschwach, lahm'; lüeme adj. 'matt, sanft, milde', lüemen wk. 'erschlaffen, ermatten'
German: lahm; dial. lumm 'schlaff, matt'; Lümmel m.
Proto-Germanic: *lambaz, *lamba-n
Meaning: lamb
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: lamb n. (a) `lamb, sheep'
Old Norse: lamb n. `Lamm'
Norwegian: lamb
Swedish: lamm
Danish: lam
Old English: lamb, -es n., lamber n. `lamb'
English: lamb
Old Saxon: lamb
Middle Dutch: lam, dial. lamp
Dutch: lam n.
Middle Low German: lam
Old High German: lamb `Lamb' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: lamp (-b-), lam (-mm-) st. n. 'lamm'
German: Lamm n.
Proto-Germanic: *lamjan-
Meaning: tame
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: lemian `zähmen (ein Pferd)'
Proto-Germanic: *lamō; *lamsa-z
Meaning: hinge, bolt
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: lɔm f. `Türangel'; lās-s m. `Schloss'
Norwegian: lam f. `Türklinke'; lɔs
Swedish: lɔs; lamm `Türklinke'
Danish: lɔs
Middle Low German: lōs `Schloss'
Proto-Germanic: *landa-n; *landiōn; *lunda-z; *lindiōn
Meaning: land
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: land n. (a) `land, region'
Old Norse: land n. `Land'; lund-r m. `Hain, Baum'; lenda f. `Landbesitz'
Norwegian: land; lund
Swedish: land; linda `Brachfeld, Saatfeld', lund `Hain, Wald'
Danish: land; lund
Old English: land, -es n. `land (as opposed to water or air), earth; land, country, region, district; land, landed properly, estate, cultivated land, country (as opposed to town)'
Old Frisian: lond
Old Saxon: land `Land'
Middle Dutch: lant
Dutch: land n.
Middle Low German: lant
Old High German: lant `Land' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: lant (-d-) st. n. 'land, erde, gebiet, heimat; einwohnerschaft eines landes'
German: Land n.
Proto-Germanic: *langa-, *langi-
Meaning: long
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: laŋg-s (a) `long'
Old Norse: lang-r `lang'
Norwegian: lang
Swedish: lɔng
Danish: lang
Old English: lang `long, tall'
English: long
Old Frisian: long
Old Saxon: lang
Middle Dutch: lanc
Dutch: lang
Old Franconian: adv. lango
Middle Low German: lanc
Old High German: lang `langgestreckt, lange dauernd, ausführlich' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: lanc (-g-), md. lenge 'lang'
German: lang
Proto-Germanic: *langēn-, *langōn- vb.
Meaning: reach
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: langian `verlangen'
Old Saxon: langōn `verlangen'
Middle Dutch: langhen `aanreiken, halen, voor de dag brengen'
Dutch: aan-, er-, verlangen
Old High German: langēn `Verlangen haben' (9.Jh.), ga-langōn `wreichen; sich erstrecken, erlangen'
Middle High German: langen, md. langen/lɛngen wk. `sich ausstreckend, um etw. zu erreichen, Verlangen haben'
German: langen, verlangen
Proto-Germanic: *lapan-, *lapōn-, *lapjan- vb., *lapila-z
Meaning: drink, gulp
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: NIsl lepja `schlürfend lecken wie ein Hund'
Old English: lapian `trinken, schlürfen'
English: lap
Old Saxon: lepil
Middle Dutch: lēpel; lāpen `slurpen, leppen'
Dutch: lepel m.; leppen
Middle Low German: lēpel, leppel `Löffel'; läpen
Old High German: laffan (9.Jh.) (ptc. adj. leffenti 8.Jh.; luof) `lecken'; leffil (9.Jh.) `Löffel'; gilephen `austrinken' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: lɛffel (/ laffel, loffel, löffel) st. m. 'löffel'; laffen, leffen, lappen st. 'lecken, schlürfen'
German: Löffel m.
Proto-Germanic: *lappja-z, *lappēn, *lappōn; *lapil=
Meaning: 1 Zeuglappen, 2 Wamme, 3 Zopfel, 4 Fetzen, 5 rag, 6 lobe (of the ear), 7 Schoss, 8 ear (of a hare)
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: lepp-r m. `Lappen, Fetzen'
Norwegian: lepp `Lappen'
Old English: läppa, -an m. `skirt (of a garment), lappet, lobe (of the ear, etc.), lap, a dached portion, district'; { lappa `Fetzen, Lappen'; ēar-läppa }
English: lap 7, lappet
Old Frisian: lappa m. `lap, stuk, brok'
Old Saxon: lappo m. `slip van een kleed'
Middle Dutch: lappe f. `lap, brok, stuk'
Dutch: lap m.
Old Franconian: lap `zoom van een kledingstuk'
Middle Low German: or-lepel 6
Old High German: lappa f. (10.Jh.), lappo m. (10.Jh.) `Zipfel an der Kleidung, herabhängendes Stück Zeug'
Middle High German: lappe wk. m., f. 'lappen'; { lefel 8 (Pok.: leffel) }
German: Lappen m.; Löffel `Hasenohr'; Ohrläppchen
Proto-Germanic: *lasiwa-, *lasiwēn- vb., *lasan- vb., *laska-
Meaning: weak, false
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: lasiw-s (a) `weak'
Old Norse: lasin-n `schlaff, schwach'; las-meyr, -mǟrr `elend, gebrechlich'
Norwegian: lasen
Old English: leswe, lyswe `falsch, übel, böse'
English: lazy
Middle Low German: las, lasich `slap, mat'
Middle High German: er-lɛswen wk. `schwach werden'
Proto-Germanic: *laskēn, *laskō(n)
Meaning: rags, shred
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: NIsl laski `onderstuk van een handschen'
English: lash
Middle Dutch: lassce `soort houtverbinding'
Dutch: las f. `verbindingstuk van twee constructiedelen'
Middle Low German: las, lasch 'Lappen, Fetzen', { `keilförmiger Lappen', lasche m. `Lappen, Fetzen' }
Middle High German: lasche wk. m. 'lappen, fetzen'
German: Lasche f.
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