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Proto-Germanic: *xama-ra-z-; *xama-l=; *xumVl=
Meaning: stone, rock, hammer
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hamar-r m. `Stein, Fels, Klippe; Hammer; Haienart'; hɔmul-grǖti n. `steiniger Boden, Absammlung von kleinen runden Steinen unter der Erde', hemlu-grǖti `id.'
Norwegian: dial. humul `kleine, runde Steine'
Swedish: hammare `abgehauener Stein, Klippe'; dial. hummel `stumpfer Bergabsatz'
Danish: hammer
Old English: hamer, homer, hamor, -es m. `a hammer'
English: hammer
Old Frisian: homer
Old Saxon: hamar, hamur
Middle Dutch: hamer
Dutch: hamer m.
Middle Low German: hāmer
Old High German: hamar (9. Jh.)
Middle High German: hamer st. m. 'hammer'; hamel st. m. 'hammel; abgehauener stein, klotz, stange; schroff abgebrochene anhöhe, klippe, berg'
German: Hammer m., Hammel m.
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