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Proto-Germanic: *biudan-; *buda-n, *budēn; *būsni-z, *budēn; *budila-z
Meaning: beg, ask
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *ana-biudan st. `order, command', fɔr-biudan `forbid'; ana-busn-s f. (i) `command'
Old Norse: bjōδa st. `bieten'; boδ n. `Gebot; Einladung; Gastmahl; Botschaft'; boδi m. `Bote, Verkünder'; bǖsn f. `Wunder', bǖsna wk. `vorbedeuten, sich als Wunder ereignen'
Norwegian: bjoda vb.; bod; bisn
Old Swedish: OGutn biauɵa vb.
Swedish: bjuda vb.; bud
Danish: büde vb.; bud
Old English: bēodan `bieten, darbieten'; gebod n. `Gebot'; boda m.; (ge)bod n. (/m.) `bevel, boodschap, opdracht'; bydel `bode, heraut'; bǖsenian
Old Frisian: biāda `gebieden, aanbieden'; boda
Old Saxon: biodan `bieten, darbieten'; bodo; budil `gerechtsbode'; gibod
Middle Dutch: bieden `gebieden, aanbieden, beloven; ontbieden'; bōde m.; bot n. `bekendmaking, bevel, bod, dagvaarding, inzet'; bōdel, boele `gerechtsbode, beul'
Dutch: bieden; bode m.; bod n.; beul m.
Old Franconian: bodo
Middle Low German: bot n. `gebod, bekendmaking'; bȫdel, { boddel } `gerechtsbode, beul'; bōde m.; gebod
Old High German: biotan (8./9.Jh.)`bieten, darbieten'; boto (8.Jh.); { pot n. `auctoritatem' }; butil `Diener des Königs, Gerichtsdiener' (9.Jh.); gibot 'Befehl, Erlass' (um 800)
Middle High German: bieten st. '(an)bieten, darreichen; gebieten'; bot st. n. `Gebot'; bote wk. m. 'bote'; büdel st. m. 'büttel; bote, diener'
German: bieten; Gebot n., Büttel m., Bote m.
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