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Proto-Germanic: *kalbaz, *kalbiz n.; *kalbōn f.; *kilbVr=
Meaning: calf
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *kalbō f. (n) `young cow, calf'
Old Norse: kalf-r m. `Kalb'
Norwegian: kalv
Swedish: kalv
Danish: kalv
Old English: cealf (celf, calf), -es, pl. cealfru (calfru) n./m. `calf'; ceolbor-, cilfor-, cilfor-, ceolbor-lamb n. `female lamb'
English: calf
Old Saxon: kalf
Middle Dutch: calf
Dutch: kalf, pl. kalveren n.
Old Franconian: calf
Middle Low German: kalf
Old High German: kalb, pl. kelbir (8.Jh.) `Kalb'; kalba = MHG kalbe; kilbur n. (11.Jh.); kilburra, kilbirra (9.Jh.) f. `Mutterlamb'
Middle High German: kalp (-b-) st. n. `Kalb'; kalbe wk. f. 'weibl. kalb, das über ein jehr ist u. noch nicht gekalbt hat'
German: Kalb n.
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