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Proto-Germanic: *nask=
Meaning: skin
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: näsc `fawn-skin'
Proto-Germanic: *natja-n
Meaning: net
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: nati n. (ja) `casting net, fishing net'
Old Norse: net n. `Netz'
Norwegian: net
Swedish: nät
Danish: net
Old English: nett
English: net
Old Saxon: net, netti
Middle Dutch: nette, net n.
Dutch: net n.
Old High German: nezzi (um 800)
Middle High German: nɛtze st. n. 'Netz'
German: Netz n.
Proto-Germanic: *natō(n)
Meaning: spear
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nɔt f. `Speer'; nata f. `Speer'
Proto-Germanic: *natō(n), *natilōn
Meaning: nettle
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: nata `Nessel'; netla `id.'
Swedish: gotl. natä, dial. nättla
Old English: netel f.; netele (netle), -an f. `nettle'
Old Saxon: netila
Middle Dutch: nētele, nētel, netle f., m.
Dutch: netel
Middle Low German: nettele
Old High German: naʒʒa (9./10.Jh.), neʒʒila (10.Jh.)
Middle High German: nɛʒʒel wk. f. 'nesel'
German: Nessel f.
Proto-Germanic: *naudá-n, *naudí-z, *naudṓ
Meaning: trouble, need
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: nauɵ-s (i) `trouble, need, constraint'; *nauɵjan wk. `exert compulsion upon'
Old Norse: nauδ f., nauδr f. `Not'
Norwegian: naud
Swedish: nöd
Danish: nöd
Old English: nēad (nēod); nīd (nēd, nǖd), -es n., -e f.`necessity, inevitableness; necessuity, need, urgent requirement; necessary business, duty; need, what one wants; need, difficultty. hardship; force, compulsion'
English: need(s)
Old Frisian: nēd f. `nood, dwang, angst, gevaar, noodzaak'
Old Saxon: nōd f. `Bedrängnis, Drangsal, Not'
Middle Dutch: noot m., f. `geweld, dwang, noodzakelijkheid, nood, behoefte, gebrek'
Dutch: nood m.
Middle Low German: nōt
Old High German: nōt f. `Bedrängnis, Drangsal, Not' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: nōt st. f., m. 'drangsal, mühe, not, bes. die kampfnot; nötigung wozu, notwendigkeit'
German: Not f.
Proto-Germanic: *nawi-z
Meaning: dead one
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: nau-s m. (i) `one having died, dead one'; nawi-s (i/ja) `dead'
Old Norse: nā-r m. `Leiche'; Run. nā-seu `blood'
Norwegian: dial. nɔe `Leiche'
Old English: nēo-bedd `death-bed', dryht-nē `corpse of a warrior', pl. orc-nēas `monsters', nē-fugol `bird that feeds on carrion, vulture or crow'
Proto-Germanic: *náxra-z (in *náxra-xwala-z)
Meaning: narwhal
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nā-hval-r m. `Narwal'
Norwegian: narhval
Swedish: narval
Danish: nar-hval
English: narwhal
Proto-Germanic: *naxt-s, *naxti-z
Meaning: night
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: naht-s f. (cons) `night'; anda-nahti n. (ja) `evening'; *nahta-mats `dinner, evening meal'
Old Norse: nōtt, nātt f. `Nacht'
Norwegian: natt, nott
Swedish: natt
Danish: nat
Old English: niht (näht, näct, neaht, neht, nyht), -e/-es f. `night'
English: night
Old Frisian: nacht
Old Saxon: naht
Middle Dutch: nacht f., m.
Dutch: nacht m.
Old Franconian: naht
Middle Low German: nacht
Old High German: naht (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: naht st. f. 'nacht, abend'
German: Nacht f.
Proto-Germanic: *nējan- vb., *nēdí-z, *nēɵlō, *nēdlō
Meaning: needle
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *nēɵla f. (ō) `needle'
Old Norse: nāl f. `Nadel'
Norwegian: nɔl `Nadel'
Swedish: nɔl `Nadel'
Old English: wsax. nǟdl, angl. nēɵl `Nadel'
English: needle
Old Frisian: nēlde
Old Saxon: nāthla, nādla
Middle Dutch: naeyen; naet f., m.; naelde f.
Dutch: naaien; naad m., naald f.
Middle Low German: neyen; nāt f.; nālde, ŋātel
Old High German: nāen (9.Jh.) `nähen', { nāu `nähe' }, nāt `Naht' (11.Jh.), nādala,nālda `Nadel'
Middle High German: nǟjen, nǟn, nǟen, nǟgen, nǟwen, neigen, neien wk. 'nähen; kunstreich nähen, steppen, sticken'; nāt st. f. 'die naht; kunstreiche naht, stickerei'
German: nähen, Naht f., Nadel
Comments: Fin. niekla < *nēɵlō
Proto-Germanic: *nē, *ni, *nai; *un-
Meaning: no; un-
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: nih; nē 'nein'; ni; nī h.l. 'nicht'; un-
Old Norse: nē; nei 'nein'; ō-
Swedish: o-
Old English: nā 'nie, nicht, nein'; un-
English: no; un-
Old Saxon: ni, ne; nigēn 'kein'; nēn; nio 'nie'
Middle Dutch: on-
Dutch: on-
Middle Low German: nē; un-
Old High German: ni (8.Jh.); nih-ei; nein; nio 'nie'; nī 'nicht'; un-
Middle High German: ne; un-
German: nichi, nein, nie; un-
Proto-Germanic: *nibulō, *nibula-z
Meaning: fog
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nifl-hel `Unterwelt', nifl-heimr `Welt', nifl-vegr `dunkle Strasse'; njōl, njōla f. `Nebel, Nacht'
Old English: neowol (nifol, nihol, nihold, nēol, niwol) `pronr, prostrate; deep down, low, profound'
Old Frisian: neval m. `nevel'
Old Saxon: neval `Nebel, Dunkel'
Middle Dutch: nēvel m., f.
Dutch: nevel m.
Middle Low German: nēvel
Old High German: nebul `Nebel' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: nëbel st. m. 'nebel, dunkel; staubwolke'
German: Nebel m.
Proto-Germanic: *nifēn, *nifti-z
Meaning: nephew
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nefi m. `Neffe, Verwandter', nipt f. `nahe Verwandte, Schwestwrtochter'
Old English: nefa, -an m. `nephew; grandson'; { nift }
English: [ nephew < OFr nevou ]
Old Frisian: neva; nift `kleindochter, nicht, vrouwelijke verwant'
Old Saxon: nevo m.
Middle Dutch: nēve m. `kleinzon, neef'; nicht, nichte, nift, nifte `kleindochter, nicht, vrouwelijke bloedverwant'
Dutch: neef m.; nicht f.
Middle Low German: nēve `Neffe, Enkel, Freund'; nichte f. `kleindochter, nicht, vrouwelijke verwant'
Old High German: nevo m. `Sohn des Bruders oder der Schwester, Enkel, Nachkomme, Verwandter' (9.Jh.), nift (9.Jh.), nifta (um 900) f. `Nichte, Enkelin, Verwandte'
Middle High German: nëve, nëf, md. nebe wk. m. `Neffe (meist der Schwestersohn), Mutterbruder, Oheim; Verwandter, Vetter'; niftel(e) wk. f. 'Schwesyertochter, Nichte; Mutterschwester; Verwandte'
German: Neffe; [ Nichte < LG ]
Proto-Germanic: *ni(g)wran, *ni(g)wrian
Meaning: kidney
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nǖra n.
Norwegian: nüra, nyre
Old Swedish: niūre, OGutn vig-niauri `Hode'
Swedish: njure
Danish: nüre
Old English: (*nēore)
Middle English: nēre
English: kidney
Middle Dutch: niere f.
Dutch: nier f.
Middle Low German: nēre
Old High German: nioro m. `Niere; Hoden' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: niere, nier wk./st. m. 'Niere; Lende'
German: Niere f.
Proto-Germanic: *nikwi-z; *nikus, -z
Meaning: water-monster
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nük-r, gen. nüks m. `Wasserdämon, Nilpferd'
Norwegian: nükk
Swedish: näck, neck, nick
Danish: nök(ke)
Old English: nicor m. `Wasseruntier, Krokodil'
Middle Dutch: nicker, necker m. `watergeest, kabouter'
Dutch: nikker m.
Middle Low German: necker
Old High German: nihhus (9.Jh.) m., n. `Flussuntier, Wassergeist', nichussa `weibl. Wassergeist, Nixe'
Middle High German: nickes st. n. 'Wassergeist, Nix; Krokodil'
German: Nix m.
Proto-Germanic: *niman- vb.; *nēma-n, -z, *nēmō, *nēmia-, *numti-z, *numjēn
Meaning: take
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: niman st. `take (away), accept, get; taje away, take up; receive'; *anda-nēm n. (a) `receiving', anda-nēm-s (i/ja) `pleasant'; anda-numt-s f. (i) `acceptance'; arbi-numja m. (n) `heir'
Old Norse: nema st. `nehmen, bekommen, auffassen, lernen'; nām n. `das Nehmen; Unterricht'; nǟma wk. `nehmen; beginnen; berauben; lernen; lehren'; nǟm-r `annehmbar'; full-numi `ausgelernt'
Norwegian: nema vb.; näm adj.
Swedish: dial. nimma `nehmen, fassen'
Danish: nemme `lernen, auffassen'
Old English: niman `nehmen'; ierfe-numa `Erbe'; genǟman `wegnehmen'
Old Frisian: nema, nima vb.; ofnōme `Einnahme'
Old Saxon: neman, niman `nehmen'
Middle Dutch: nēmen; nāme `Einnahme, Beraubung'
Dutch: nemen
Old Franconian: niman
Middle Low German: nāme `Einnahme, Beraubung'; nēme `genehm'
Old High German: neman (8.Jh.) `nehmen'; nāma `gewaltsames Nehmen, Raub', nāmi `genehm'; nām m. `Beraubung'; nāma f. 'Beschlagnahme, Ergreifung' (um 800); erbi-nomo `Erbe'
Middle High German: nëmen st. 'nehmen; fassen, ergreifen'; nām(e) st. f., m. 'gewaltsames Nehmen, Raub, Beraubung, Beute'
German: nehmen; genehm; Nahme f.
Proto-Germanic: *nimid=
Meaning: pasture
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Franconian: nimid `Weide'
Proto-Germanic: *nínɵan-, *nánɵian-, *nánɵa-n, *nánɵō
Meaning: dare, courage
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *ana-nanɵjan wk. `courage', *ga-nanɵjan wk. `stop'
Old Norse: nenna wk. `Lust haben, sich bereit erklären', nenninn `tätig, strebsam'
Norwegian: nenna vb.
Swedish: nänna-s vb.
Danish: nenne vb.
Old English: nēɵan `wagen', nōɵ f. `Mut'
Old Frisian: nētha vb.
Old Saxon: nōthian `wagen'; -nāth, -nōth `kühn'
Old High German: { *(gi)nindan, prt. ginand `wagen'; ginenden `wagen'; nand n. `Mut'; -nand `kühn' }
Middle High German: genɛnden wk. 'mut fassen, sich erkühnen, wagen'; genɛnde, genɛndec 'kühn, mutig, eifrig'
Proto-Germanic: *nísan-, *nisti-z, *nistiōn, *nazján-, *nazṓn- vb., *nōzián-, *nēzian-, *nazjṓ
Meaning: be saved, recover, save
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ga-nisan st. `be saved'; ga-nist-s f. (i) `rescue, salvation'; nasjan wk., ga-nasjan wk. `rescue'
Old Norse: nȫra wk. `erfrischen, ernähren'; nǟra wk. `Nahrung geben'; nara `vegetieren, elend leben'; nest n. `Reisekost'; nista f. `Nahrung'
Norwegian: nöra `nzünden', dial. `erfrischen'; nära vb.; nest
Swedish: dial. nöra `Feuer anmachen'; nära vb.; dial. nest(e)
Old Danish: nest
Danish: näre vb.; niste
Old English: ge-nesan `gerettet werden, entkommen, überleben'; nerian `retten, schützen'; ealdor-neru f. `Lebenserrettung', nest n. `Nahrungsmittel'
Old Frisian: nera vb. `onderhouden, voeden'
Old Saxon: ginesan `genesen, gerettet werden, gerettet werden, am Leben bleiben'; gi-nist `Genesung, Heil'; gi-nerian `retten'; lif-nara f. `Nahrung'; nerian
Middle Dutch: nēren; ghe-nēren `redden, onderhouden, voeden, genezen'; ghe-nēsen `te boven kommen, genezen, zalig worden'
Dutch: generen `in zijn onderhoud voorzien'; genezen
Old Franconian: nerian
Middle Low German: genēsen
Old High German: ginesan (9.Jh.) `genesen, gerettet werden, gerettet werden, am Leben bleiben'; { ginist `Genesung, Heil' }; nerian, nerren (8.Jh.) `am Leben erhalten, retten, schützen, ernähren'; { nara `Heil, Rettung, Nahrung'; wega-nist m. `Reisekost' }
Middle High German: genësen st. 'gesunden, geheilt werden; am leben bleiben; errettet werden sich wohl befinden'; nɛrn, nɛren, nɛrigen, nɛrgen, nɛrren 'genesen machen, (er)retten, am Leben erhalten, ernähren'; nɛr st. f. 'heil, rettung'
German: genesen; nähren
Proto-Germanic: *nista-n
Meaning: nest
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: nest, -es n.
English: nest
Old Saxon: nest n.
Middle Dutch: nest, nist m. `nest, leger van dieren'
Dutch: nest n.
Middle Low German: nest
Old High German: nest n. (8.Jh.) `Nest, Lager für Vögel oder Säugetiere'
Middle High German: nëst, nɛst, nist st. n. 'nest, vogelnest; lager, schlupfwinkel anderer tiere; lager, bett, wohnung; augenhöhle'
German: Nest n.
Proto-Germanic: *nistia-n, *nastiō(n), *nastilōn- vb., *nastilō, *nustō
Meaning: tie, thread, etc.
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nest f. `Nadel, Spange'; nesta f. `Spange'; nist, nisti n. `Heftnadel', nista wk. `zusammenheften', nesta wk. `mit einer Spange festmachen'
Norwegian: neste m. `Spange, Haken', nest m. `lose Naht'; nesta vb.
Old Swedish: OGutn nast `Heftnadel', nestli `Band'
Swedish: nästa vb.
Old Danish: nest(e) `Spange'
Danish: neste `befestigen'
Old English: nos(t)le f. `band'; nestan `spinnen'
Old Frisian: nestle, nesle f. `band om vast te rijgen', nes(t)la `Band'
Old Saxon: nestila f. `Binde, Haarband'
Middle Dutch: nestel(e) `riem, band om kledingstukken samen te rijgen'
Dutch: nestel m.
Old High German: nestilōn 'mit einer Kopfbinde versehen' (9./10.Jh.); { nestilo m. }, nestila f. 'Kopfbinde' (8.Jh.) { `Bandschleife, Schürriemen, Binde' }; nusta f. `Schnalle, Schlinge' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: nɛsten, nɛsteln wk. `festbinden, schnüren'; nɛstel st. f. 'Bandschleife, Schnürriemen, Binde'
German: nesteln; dial. Nestel { f., m. }
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