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Proto-Germanic: *brṓwō, *brug(w)iōn, *brugī
Meaning: bridge
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: brū f. `Brücke', brüggja f. `Brücke; Landungsplatz, Hafendamm'
Norwegian: bru; brüggja
Swedish: bro; brügga
Danish: bro; brügge
Old English: brycg (bricg), -e f. `bridge'
English: bridge
Old Frisian: bregge, brigge
Old Saxon: bruggia f.
Middle Dutch: brugghe f.
Dutch: brug f.
Middle Low German: brügge, brigge, bregge
Low German: brügge `Landungsplatz, Hafendamm'
Old High German: brugga f. (8.Jh.) `Brücke, Bretterboden'
Middle High German: brucke, brücke, brugge, brügge st./wk. f. `Brücke; Zugbrücke; hölzernes Gerüst'; { brüge `Brettergerüst' }, brügel st. m. `Stock, Knüttel'
German: Brücke f.; Prügel m.; bair. bruck `Bretterbank am Ofen, hennebergisch Brücke, Bretterfussboden, schweiz. brügi ( < *brugī) `Heuboden, breterner Fussboden im Stall, Bühne, aargau. brügel `Honzscheit'
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