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Proto-Germanic: *barzá-n/bárs=, *burz=, *burstō, *bursti-z, *bursta-z, -n
Meaning: pricky animal/tree, bristle
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Old Norse: barr n. `Nadelbaum; Laub, Baum'; bu(r)st f. `Borste; Dachrücken'; bu(r)sti m. `Bürste'
Norwegian: bar `Nadelbaum'; dial. borren, bürren `stolz, herausfordernd'; bust
Old Swedish: bar `Nadelbaum'; agh-borre `Barsch'
Swedish: barr `Nadelbaum'; borre `Klette', sjö-borre `Igel', dial. borra ut sig `die Federn sträuben (von Vögeln)', borre `strenger Mensch'; borst
Old Danish: bar `Nadelbaum'
Danish: burre `Klette'; börst
Old English: bärs (bears), -es m. `perch'; byrst, -es n. `bristle'; { brystl f. }
Middle English: bure, borre `Klette; Rauhheit in der Kehle'
English: burr, bur; bristle; barse
Old Saxon: bars; bursta f.
Middle Dutch: baerse; borstel, burstel m. `varkenshaar'
Dutch: baars m.; borstel m.
Middle Low German: borstel m. `varkenshaar, borstel'
Low German: barsch (seit 16.Jh.) `scharf, streng, rauh, (older) rauh, von Stoffen; herb, von Geschmack'
Old High German: { barrēn `starr emporstehn', parrunga `Stolz, Hochmut' }, bars (11.Jh.) `Barsch', burst, borst n. (10.Jh.), borsta f. (10/11.Jh.) `Borste', burst f. (um 1000)
Middle High German: { bars `Barsch' }, bürste wk. f. 'bürste'; borste f., burst, borst st. n., m., borste wk. f. 'borste'
German: Barsch m., Borste f., Bürste, barsch
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