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Proto-Germanic: *falwa-, *filwa-
Meaning: fallow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fɔl-r `bleich, fahl'
Old Swedish: Run. acc. sg. m. faluan
Old English: fealo (falu, fealu, feale) `fallow, pale yellow or red coloured as withered grass or leaves, dusky'
English: fallow
Old Saxon: falu `fahl, gelb'
Middle Dutch: vāle, vālu
Dutch: vaal; dial. veël, vèèl
Middle Low German: vāl(e)
Old High German: falo (falawēr) `fahl, rotgelb, braungelb' (8./9.Jh.)
Middle High German: val (-lw-) 'bleich, entfärbt, verwelkt; gelb, blond, falb'
German: falb, fahl

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