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Proto-Germanic: *kwirnu-z, *kwirnō(n), *kurnō
Meaning: millstone
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: asilu-kʷɛrnu-s f.? (u) `donkey-mill'
Old Norse: kvern f. `Mühle'
Norwegian: kvern
Swedish: kvarn
Danish: kvern
Old English: cweorn, -e f., cweorne, -an f. `mill, hand-mill, quern'; esol-cweorn f. `donkey-mill'
English: quern
Old Frisian: quern
Old Saxon: quern
Dutch: kweern
Old High German: quirn, chwirna `Mühlstein, Handmühle'; churn f. `millstone, handmill, quern'
Middle High German: kürne, kürn, kurn st. f. 'mühlstein, mühle'; kurne-stein, md. quirnstein 'mühlstein', kürnen 'zermalmen'

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