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Proto-Germanic: *irziá-, *írsian- vb.
Meaning: anger, angry
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *ɛrzī-s (ja) `in error', *ɛrzī f. (n) `heresy'
Old English: eorre, -es, { ierre } n. `anger, wrath', eorre (ierre) `angry, enraged, fierced', yrsean (eorsian) `to make angry'
Old Frisian: irre `angry, embittered'
Old Saxon: irri `zornig'; irrean wk `conduse'
Middle Low German: erre
Old High German: irri `umherschweifend, verirrt, unwissend, zügellos' (9.Jh.); irran wk `confuse', irrōn wk. `be confused'
Middle High German: irre, ërre 'vom rechten wege abgekommen, verirrt; erzürnt, aufgebracht, ungestüm, herbe'; irren, md. ërren wk. tr. 'in verwirrung bringen, stören, hindern', intr. 'ungewis sein, irren, in der irre umherlaufen'
German: irr(e)
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