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Proto-Germanic: *birēn, *birōn; *birnu-z, *birniō; *bársin
Meaning: bear
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bjɔrn m. `Bär'; bera f. `Bärin'; bersi, bessi m. `Bär', birna f. `Bärin'
Norwegian: björn, bjönn `Bär'; bera `Bärin', dial. besse `grosse, starke Person'; birna, binna `Bärin'
Old Swedish: birna `Bärin'
Swedish: björn `Bär', bjässe `starker Kerl', dial. bjässe `Bär',
Danish: björn
Old English: bera, -an m. `bear'; beorn (biorn), -es m. `man; prince, nobleman, chief, general, warrior, soldier; rich'
English: bear
Middle Dutch: bere
Dutch: beer m.
Middle Low German: bāre, bār, bēre
Old High German: bero (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: bër wk. m. 'bär'
German: Bär m.
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