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Proto-Germanic: *iudura-n, -ēn, *ūdira-n
Meaning: udder
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: jūgr, jūr n. `Euter'
Norwegian: jur, dial. juver
Swedish: juver
Danish: üver
Old English: ūder `udder, breast'
English: udder
Old Frisian: jāder; ūder
Old Saxon: geder (Oxf. Vergilgl.); ūder m.
Middle Dutch: ūder; vyeren `van een teef', (Kiliaen) (h)uyder, uder, wre, wr, ore, euder, eur, neur
Dutch: pl. uier m.; dial. jadder, jaar, jieder, judder, juur; ujer, uder, udder, uur; oostnl. gier, geer, gedder, gidder
Middle Low German: ūder; jēder, jeier, gedder; nur, nür
Old High German: { ūtar, ūtaro }; ūtir, ūtiro m. (11.Jh.)
Middle High German: ūter, iuter st. m., n. 'euter'
German: Euter n.
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