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Proto-Germanic: *grūēn-, *griuil-, *grūs=, etc.; *griutan-
Meaning: cry
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: grǖla f. `Schreckengestalt, Zauberweib'
Old English: gryre `huivering'; grēotan `weinen, klagen'
Old Saxon: gruri `huivering'; griotan `weinen, klagen'
Middle Dutch: grūwen, grouwen impers. `gruwen'; grūlijc `afschuwelijk'; grūwel; Theut. gruysen `vrezen'
Dutch: gruwen; gruwel
Middle Low German: grūwen, gro(u)wen impers. `gruwen'; grūwel
Old High German: grūēn (11.Jh.), in-grūēn (um 800) `schaudern, fürchten', grūlīh `afschuwelijk'; ir-grūwisōn (10.Jh.) `Schrecken empfinden'; grunn, gen. -nnes `Jammer, Elend', griuna `Begierde, Heftigkeit, Grausamkeit'
Middle High German: grūwen wk. 'grausen empfinden', griul(e) st./wk. m., griuwel st. m. `Schrecken, Grausen, Greuel'; grūsen, griusen wk. 'grausen empfinden'; grūwe, griuwe st. m. 'grausen'
German: grauen; grausam; grausen; Grau m.
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