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Proto-Germanic: *inō, *inilō, *fir-inō
Meaning: sin, evil
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *inilō f. (n) `excuse, opportunity'; fɛr-ina f. (ō) `fault, reproach'
Old Norse: firn n. `etwas Aussertordentliches; Frevel, Wunder'; firin- `sehr böse'
Old English: firen; firenian; firin-weorc `Gewalttat, Verbrechen'
Old Frisian: firne, ferne
Old Saxon: firina `Verbrechen'; firin-werc `Gewalttat, Verbrechen'
Old High German: fir-inōn `sündigen'; firina `Verbrechen'

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