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Proto-Germanic: *fárxa-z, -n. *fárxōn- vb.
Meaning: pig
IE etymology: IE etymology
Danish: fare `Ferkel werfen'
Old English: fearh (färh, ferh), -es m. `little pig, farrow, litter'
English: farrow
Old High German: far(a)h n. `Ferkel, Frischling' (9.Jh.), farhilī (9.Jh.), farhilīn (11./12.Jh.) `Schweinchen, Ferkel'
Middle High German: varch (-h-) st. n. 'schwein, ferkel'

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