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Proto-Germanic: *brṓɵēr
Meaning: brother
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: brōɵar m. (cons) `brother'
Old Norse: brōδir m. `Bruder'
Norwegian: broder
Swedish: broder
Danish: broder
Old English: brōɵor (brōɵer, -ur), dat. brēɵer, pl. brōɵor (-ɵer, -ɵur, -ɵru, -ɵro) m. `brother'; brōder `id.'
Old Frisian: brōther m.
Old Saxon: brōthar m.
Middle Dutch: broeder m.
Dutch: broeder m.
Old Franconian: bruother m.
Middle Low German: brōder
Old High German: bruoder m. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: bruoder an. st. m. 'bruder; klostergeistlicher; wallfahrer'
German: Bruder m.
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