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Proto-Germanic: *bī́ɵla-n, -z, -ō; *bīdla-z; *biɵla-n; *biɵlōn- vb.
Meaning: knife, sword, ploughshare
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bīld-r m. `Aderlassmesser', bīlda f. `Pfeil (ɵula)'
Norwegian: bild `Aderlassmesser'
Old Swedish: bīlder `Pflugschar'
Swedish: plog-bill `Pflugschar'
Danish: bild `Steinhauerwerkzeug', bill `Messer'
Old English: bill n. `zweischneidiges, krummes Schwert', bile m. `Schnabel'
English: bill
Old Saxon: bil `Schwert'
Middle Dutch: bīle f., bijl m., n.?; billen `slaan, houwen; een molensteen scherpen'
Dutch: bijl f.; billen
Middle Low German: bīl n., bīle f.
Low German: bille `steenhammer'
Old High German: bīhal 'Beil, Axt'(9.Jh.), { bīal } n. `Beil'; bil, -lles n. `Spitzhacke, Steinhaue'; billōn `houwen, hakken'
Middle High German: bīhel, bīel, bīl st. n. 'beil'
German: Beil n.; { billen }
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