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Proto-Germanic: *bazá-
Meaning: bare, naked
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ber-r `entblösst, nackt; sichtbar, deutlichL'
Norwegian: berr
Swedish: bar
Danish: bar
Old English: bär m.n., bärre f. `bare, naked, open'
English: bare
Old Frisian: ber-fōt
East Frisian: Fris bar, adv. bare `erg'
Old Saxon: bar
Middle Dutch: baer `naakt, open', bar `erg'
Dutch: baar, barre-voets
Middle Low German: bār
Old High German: bar (10.Jh.) `nackt, bloss, unverhüllt, offen daliegend, frei von, ohne etw., rein, nichts als'
Middle High German: bar 'nackt, bloss; leer, ledig, inhaltslos; sichtbar, offenbar, kund'
German: bar
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