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Proto-Germanic: *glada-
Meaning: glad
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: glaδ-r `froh, fröhlich; glänzend'
Norwegian: glad
Swedish: glad `froh, fröhlich, heiter'
Danish: glad
Old English: gläd `shining, bright; glad, cheerful, joyous, bright; pleasant, kind, mild, courteous'
English: glad
Old Frisian: gled `glatt'
Old Saxon: glad-mōd(i) `fröhlich'
Middle Dutch: glat `glad, glinsterend'
Dutch: glad
Middle Low German: glat
Old High German: glat `glänzend, hell, klar' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: glat 'glatt, glänzend' { gelat }
German: glatt
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