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Proto-Germanic: *briusti-, , *briusta-n, *brust-
Meaning: breast, chest
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: brust-s f. (cons)
Old Norse: brjōst n. `Brust; Giebel; Sinn, Geist'; pl. ābrystur f. `Biestmilch'
Norwegian: brjost
Swedish: bröst `Brust', [ bräss `Brustdrüse' ]
Danish: brüst `Brust', [ brissel `Brustdrüse' ]
Old English: brēost, -es n. `the breast of man or beast; the breasts'
Old Frisian: briāst; brust, burst, borst f.
Old Saxon: pl. briost, briost n. `Brust'
Middle Dutch: borst f.
Dutch: borst f.
Middle Low German: brust f., borst
Old High German: pl. brust f. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: brust st. f. 'brust; bekleidung der brust'
German: Brust f.; schweiz. briescht `Biestmilch'
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