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Proto-Germanic: *sūra-; *sūriōn/*sūrīn
Meaning: sour, sour milk
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: sūr-r `sauer, bitter'; sǖra f. `saure Milch'
Norwegian: sur adj.; süra
Swedish: sur adj.; süra
Danish: sur adj.; süre
Old English: sūr `sour'; { sǖring `saure Milch' }
English: sour
Old Saxon: sūr-ōgi `triefäugig'
Middle Dutch: suur
Dutch: zuur
Middle Low German: sūr
Old High German: sūr (8.Jh.) `sauer'; sūrī `Sauerkeit'
Middle High German: sūr, sūwer 'sauer, herbe, scharf, bitter', st. n. 'bitterkeit; übel'; siure, siurde st. f. 'säure, schärfe, bitterkeit; sauerteig'
German: sauer
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