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Proto-Germanic: *ī(g)wá-z/*ī́xwa-z, *ī(g)wṓ/*ī́xwō, *ī(g)wV́n
Meaning: yew
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ǖ-r m. `Eibe; Bogen (poet.)'
Swedish: üd, üde-trä
Old English: īw (ēow) m. `yew'; ī(o)h, ēoh m. `id.'
Old Saxon: īch, īh
Middle Dutch: ijf, Kil. ieven-boom, ijf-boom
Dutch: ijf m. `Taxus'
Middle Low German: īwe
Old High German: īwa f. (9.Jh.), eiba f. (Hs. 14.Jh.); īgo m. (10.Jh.), īga f.
Middle High German: īwe, ībe st. f. 'eibe; bogen aus eibenholz'
German: Eibe f., schweiz. īche

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