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Proto-Germanic: *alizṓ, *alísō, *aliza-n, *alizja-z, -n; *aluza-z, *aluzja-z, *aluzjō; *ilustria-n, *ilustrō
Meaning: alder-tree
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: [ōri-r m. `Erle']; elri n., elri-r m., alri, ɔl-r m. `Erle', jɔlstr f. `Lorbeerweide'; ilstri n. `id.'
Norwegian: ōr, dial. ore, ɔre, ära, ere, öre, üre, ordre; ilster
Swedish: dial. orr, arre, arder; jolster, dial. jalstr, juster, alster; ilster, hilster `Salix cinerea'
Danish: or; elle(-trä) `Erle'
Old English: alor (aler, alr), -es m. `alder-tree'
English: alder
Old Frisian: ielren adj.
Old Saxon: elis `Erle'
Middle Dutch: else
Dutch: els `Alnus glutinosa', δɨäɫ. ɛɫɫɛʁ
Middle Low German: alre, elre, eller; else `Erle'
Old High German: elira (9.Jh.), erila (10.Jh.) `Erle'
Middle High German: { erle `Erle' }
German: Erle f.; nordd. Eller, dial. hilster, halster `Weide, Salix pentandra'
Comments: EastGerm > Span aliso Erle, Fr alize Elsbeere
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