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Proto-Germanic: *buɵma-z, *butma-z, *butna-, *budna-n, -z, *butmiōn, *buɵmiōn
Meaning: ground
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: botn m. `Boden, Grund'
Norwegian: botn
Swedish: botten
Old Danish: botn
Danish: bund
Old English: bodan n.? m.?, botm, -es m. `bottom'; bytme (bytne, byɵne), -an f. `keel of a ship; head of a dale'
English: bottom
Old Frisian: boden m.
Old Saxon: bodom m.
Middle Dutch: bōdem m.
Dutch: bodem m.
Middle Low German: bōdem(e), boddem, bodden
Old High German: bodam m. (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: bodem, boden st. m. 'boden, grund; kornboden, -haus; schiff, floss; flrisch vom hintern teile, bodenstück'
German: Boden m.
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