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Proto-Germanic: *brunnō(n), *brunnēn, *brunna-z, *brunnian- vb.
Meaning: fount, source
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: brunna m. (n) `fount, source'
Old Norse: brunn-r m. `Quel, Brunnen', brünna wk. `das Vie zur Tränke führten'
Norwegian: brunn, brünn
Swedish: brunn
Danish: brönd
Old English: burn, -e f., burne, -an f., burna, -an m. `bybbling or running water, bourn'
English: bourn
Old Frisian: burna
Old Saxon: brunno
Middle Dutch: borne, borre
Dutch: bron f. (под влиянием нем., говорят)
Old Franconian: brunno
Middle Low German: born(e)
Low German: börnen `das Vie zur Tränke führen'
Old High German: brunno m. (9.Jh.) `Quelwasser, Quelle'
Middle High German: brunne wk. m. 'quell, quellwasser, brunnen; harn'; burn(e), born wk./wk. m. 'dass.'
German: Brunnen m.; Born
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