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Proto-Germanic: *mūs
Meaning: mouse
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mūs f. `Maus'
Norwegian: nus
Swedish: mus
Danish: nus
Old English: mūs, -e f. `mouse'
English: mouse
Old Saxon: mūs
Middle Dutch: muus f., m.
Dutch: muis f.
Middle Low German: mūs
Old High German: mūs (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: mūs st. f. 'maus'
German: Maus f.
Proto-Germanic: *mūs
Meaning: muscle
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: mūs f. `Muskel'
Old English: mūs, -e f. `muscle'
Middle Dutch: muus
Dutch: muis
Middle Low German: mūs `vlezig del bij de duim'
Old High German: mūs `Muskel, bes. des Oberarms'
Middle High German: mūs st. f. `Muskel, bes. am Oberarm'
German: dial. Maus `Muskel (bes. an Arm, Bein und Daumen'); Mäuschen
Proto-Germanic: *mū́sian-
Meaning: close one's eyes
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: { mǖsa `die Augen halb zukneipen' }
Proto-Germanic: *mū́sōn; *músī
Meaning: mosquito
IE etymology: IE etymology
Swedish: götl. mausa `Mücke'
Dutch: fläm. meuzie (< *musī) `Mücke'
Proto-Germanic: *mūt-[ō]- vb.
Meaning: wash the face
IE etymology: IE etymology
Middle Low German: { mūten 'мыть лицо' }
Proto-Germanic: *mūwōn-
Meaning: keep silent
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: mua `schweigen, nicht mucksen'
Old Danish: mue `schweigen, nicht mucksen'
Proto-Germanic: *mūxan-, *mukk=
Meaning: moo, shout
IE etymology: IE etymology
Dutch: mokken; dial. mokkel `zoen'
Middle Low German: mucken `mit halboffenem Munde reden'
Old High German: firmucken 'stumpfsinnig sein' (8.Jh.); irmuckazzen 'leise, mit halb geöffnetem Mund reden'; { muckazzen `leise reden, mucksen' }
Middle High German: { mūhen, mūgen, mūwen `brüllen' }
German: mucksen, mucken
Proto-Germanic: *mū́xēn, *mūgḗn, *mūgá-z; *mugḗn, -ṓn
Meaning: heap
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: mūgi m. `Menge, Haufen', mūg-r `id.'
Norwegian: muge, mugje m., muga f.
Old Swedish: mogi
Swedish: dial. moge `Korndiemen von Hafer'
Old English: mūga, mūwa, mūha, -an m. `mow (as in barley-mow), heap'
English: mow
Old High German: mūwerf (8.Jh.), mūwerfo (11.Jh.), (late) mult-werf, molt-werf `Maulwurf'
Middle High German: mūwërf, mūrwer, mūlwerf, -wurf, mūlwelf, moltwërf, -wërfe 'maulwerf'; mocke wk. m. 'klumpen, brocken'
German: Maulwurf
Proto-Germanic: *na
Meaning: part.
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: OIsl ɵēr-na 'tibimet'
Old High German: na enkl. Partikel in negativen Fragen wie ne weist tu na 'nescis ne?'
Proto-Germanic: *nabō, *nab[a]lēn, *naba-gaiza-n
Meaning: navel
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nɔf `f. Nabel', nafli m. `id.', nafar-r m. `Naber, Nabenbohrer'
Norwegian: nŏv, navle
Swedish: nav, navel
Old Danish: navle
Danish: nav
Old English: nafa (?), -an m., nafu, -e f. `nave', nafela, -an m. `navel'; nafu-gār, -es m. `augar'
English: nave, navel, auger
Old Frisian: naula
Old Saxon: nava; navugēr
Middle Dutch: nāve f., m.; nāvel(e), naffel(e) m., f.; navegheer, navegher, avegheer, holl. navegaer
Dutch: naaf f.; navel m.; avegaar m.
Middle Low German: nāve; nāvel, naffel; (n)evegēr, never
Old High German: naba f. `Radnabe' (9.Jh.), nabulo (8.Jh.), nabalo (9.Jh.) `Nabel'; nabagēr
Middle High German: nabe st./wk. f. 'nabe'; nabel(e) st./wk. f. 'nabel'
German: Nabe f.; Nabel m.; { Naber }
Proto-Germanic: *nabr=
Meaning: maple
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: naur
Swedish: dial. naver
Danish: (older) naver, naur
Low German: dial. Weissebern, Weisseper, Weissneber, Weissneper
Proto-Germanic: *nadrá-z, *nadrṓn; *nēdrṓ
Meaning: serpent
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *nadr-s m. (a) `snake, viper'
Old Norse: naδ-r m. `Schlange', naδra f. `Schlange, Eidechse'
Old English: nädre (nǟddre), -an f. `any kind of serpent, adder, viper'
English: adder
Old Saxon: nādra; nadra
Middle Dutch: nādre; adder, adre, nadre f.
Dutch: adder f., m., nater-kruid, -tong, -wortel
Middle Low German: nāder
Old High German: natara, nātara (8. Jh.)
Middle High German: nāter(e) wk. f. 'natter'
German: Natter
Proto-Germanic: *nagala-z, *nagila-z
Meaning: claw, nail
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *ga-nagljan wk. `nail on'
Old Norse: nagl m. `Nagel', nagli m. `Nagel, Pflock'
Norwegian: nagl; nagle
Swedish: nagel
Old Danish: naghle
Danish: negl
Old English: nägel (nägl), -es m. `nail of a finger or toe; nail, peg; instrument for striking the strings of a harp'
English: nail
Old Frisian: neil
Old Saxon: nagal
Middle Dutch: nāghel `nagel, klauw, pin, spijker, kruidnagel, gewichtssoort'
Dutch: nagel m.
Middle Low German: nāgel, negel, neil
Old High German: nagal `Nagel, Pflock, Riegel' (8.Jh.), `Finger-, Zehenagel' (9.Jh.); nagalōn, negilōn `nageln'
Middle High German: nagel st. m. (/ nail, neil, nāl) 'nagel an händen und füsen; nagel od. schraube von metall od. holz; aststelle im holze; gewürznelke; augenübel der pferde'
German: Nagel m.
Proto-Germanic: *nag(V)l=
Meaning: corpse
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: Nagl-far n. `Leichenschiff'
Proto-Germanic: *naitian-
Meaning: punish, torment
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *ga-naitjan wk. `trat shamefully'; *naitīn-s f. (i/ō) `blasphemy'
Old English: nǟtan `quälen, plagen'
Old High German: { neiʒʒen `quälen, plagen' }
Middle High German: neiʒen, neisen wk. 'bedrängen, plagen, beschädigen, verderben'
Proto-Germanic: *nakwa-, *nakwada-, *nakwida-, *nakwna-
Meaning: naked
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: nakʷaɵ-s (-d-) `naked'; nakʷadī f. (n) `nakedness'
Old Norse: nökkva wk. `entblossen', nökkviδ-r `nackt', nökkleikr `Nacktheit', nakinn `nackt'
Norwegian: naken
Old Swedish: naqvidher, nakudher `nackt'
Swedish: naken
Danish: nögen
Old English: nacod (näcad) `naked, bare'
English: naked
Old Frisian: nāken `nackt'
Middle Dutch: nāket, naect
Dutch: naakt; westflam. nāken
Middle Low German: nāket
Old High German: nackot `unbekleidet, entblösst' (um 800)
Middle High German: nacken, nacket, nackent, nackic, md., ndrh. nach 'unbekleidet, nackt'
German: nackt, nackend
Proto-Germanic: *nak(w)ēn
Meaning: boat
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nɔkkvi m. `Boot'
Old English: naca, -an m. `boat, bark, ship, vessel'
Old Saxon: nako
Middle Dutch: āke, achche; Kil. naecke
Dutch: aak m.
Middle Low German: āke
Old High German: nahho m. (11.Jh.) `Nachen, Einbaum'
Middle High German: nache wk. m. 'nachen'
German: Nachen m.
Proto-Germanic: *naman, *namna-n; *nōmian- vb.
Meaning: name
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: namō n. (n) `Name'
Old Norse: nafn n.
Swedish: namn
Old English: nama, -an m. `name; noun'
English: name
Old Frisian: noma
Old Saxon: namo
Middle Dutch: nāme m.; noemen
Dutch: naam m.; noemen, dial. nȫmen, nǖmen, naĕmn
Old Franconian: namo
Middle Low German: nāme; nōmen
Old High German: namo, gen. namen `Name' (8.Jh.), be-nuomen `nennen'
Middle High German: nam(e) wk./st. m. 'name, benennung; geschlecht; rang, würde, stand'; benuomen wk. 'mit namen nennen, anreden; namhaft machen; urkundlich verheissen'
German: Name m.
Proto-Germanic: *narwa-, *nirwa-; *narwō(n), *narwēn
Meaning: narrow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: *nɔr-r `enge, schmal': Nɔrva-sund `Gibraltar', Njɔrva-sund `ON (schmale Landzunge)'
Norwegian: norve `Klammer, Krampe'
Old English: nearu `eng'
English: narrow
Old Saxon: naru `eng'
Middle Dutch: bynāren `benauwen'; Kil. nerve, narve `litteken', nerve `nerf van leer, korst op het hoofd van pasgeboren kinderen'
Dutch: naar adj.; nerf f. `oneffenheid in leer, hout' (e < a voor r + labiaal)
Middle Low German: nāre, narwe m., f. ƛ̣litteken'
Old High German: narwa f. (Hs. 12. Jh.) `litteken; hengsel'; narwo m. `ansa, fibulatura'
Middle High German: narwe, nare, nar wk./st. f., wk. m. 'Narbe'; EaHG Nerge 'kuhrische Nehrung', Neerung (16.Jh.), näring, Nehrung (17.Jh.)
German: Narbe f.; Nehrung `schmale Landzunge'; dial. Narbe `Klammer, Krampen an Türen'
Proto-Germanic: *nasi-z, *násu-z, *násō, *nṓsōn, *nustri-
Meaning: nose
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nɔs f. `Nase; vorspringende Klippe'; nes n. `Landspitze'
Norwegian: nos `Maul, Schnauze'; nes
Old Swedish: nos `Maul, Schnauze'
Swedish: nos `Nase, Maul, SDchnauze'; näs
Old Danish: nos; näs
Old English: nōse, -an f. `ness, piece of land projecting into water', nasu f., nosu (neosu), -a/-e f. `nose; nostril', pl. `nostrils, nose', näs- `nose'; { näss m. }
English: nose
Old Frisian: nosi, nose f. `Maul, Schnauze nose Nase'; pl. noster(e)n `Nüstern'
Middle Dutch: nāse f.; nose, noyse (= nōse); nese f., m.; nesse, nes m., f. `stuk land van een bepaalde vorm''
Dutch: neus; nes f. `buitendijks land, vlaak door aanslibbung gevormd, eig. landpunt'
Middle Low German: nāse f. `Nase'; nes (-ss-) m. `Vorgebirge, Landzunge'; nēse f. `Nase'; nēse `Vorgebirge' (in ON); noster(en), nöster(en), nüster(en) `Nüster'; nōse f. `Nase'
Old High German: nasa f. `Nase' (8.Jh)
Middle High German: nase wk./st. f. 'nase; nüster; schneppe'
German: Nase f.; [ Nüster f. < LG ]
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