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Proto-Germanic: *aira-, comp. adv. *airiaz, adj. *airiza-n; superl. *airista-; aira-n n.
Meaning: early, -ier
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: air adv. `early', comp. airis adv. `früher', comp. *airiza adj. `older'
Old Norse: adv. ār `früh', comp. ǟr `früher'; ār-r `frühzeitig', ār n. `Anfang'
Norwegian: adv. ɔr `früh'
Old English: ǟra adj. `earlier, former'; ǟr, comp. m. ǟra, ǟrra, f., n. ǟre, ǟrre, sup. ǟrest adj. `early, former, preceding, ancient'; ǟr, ēra, sup. ǟrost, -est, ǟrst `ere, before, sooner, earlier, formerly, already, some time ago, lately, just now, till, until', ǟr conj. `ere, before that', prp. `before'
English: ere
Old Frisian: ēr `früher'; ērra, ārra `elderly person, ancestor'; ērost, ērist, ērst, ārist, ārst
Old Saxon: ēr `früher', ērist `first'
Middle Dutch: eer, ēre `früher'; eerre; eerst, ērst, ierst
Dutch: eer; eerder; eerst
Old Franconian: ONFrank ēr
Middle Low German: ēr `früher'; ēre(r)
Old High German: ēr (8. Jh) `früher, einst, eher'; ēriro (um 800), ērro `elderly person, ancestor'; ērist `first'
Middle High German: ē, ēr 'früher, vormals; eher, lieber'; comp. ērer, ērre, ërre 'früher, vorig'
German: eher, ehe; erst
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