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Proto-Germanic: *bīdan-; *baidōn-, *baidian-, *bida-n
Meaning: wait, guard
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *bīdan st. `wait for'; *baidjan `constrain'; *us-bīsn-s f. (i) `expectation'
Old Norse: bīδa st. `warten; ausharren, erlangen, erdulden'; beiδa wk. `fordern, begehren'; pl. biδ n. `Erwartung'; biδa f. `Erwartung'
Norwegian: bida vb.; beida-st; bia `Erwartung'
Old Swedish: OGutn beiɵa-s
Swedish: bida vb.; beda-s
Old Danish: bethä-s `erbitten'
Danish: bie vb.
Old English: bīdan `wachten'; bǟdan `verlangen'; bid
Old Saxon: bīdan `wachten'; bēdian `fordern'
Middle Dutch: bīden; beiden, bēden `wachten'
Dutch: beiden
Old Franconian: beidan
Old High German: { bītan `wachten'; beitōn `drängen, fordern'; beiten `fordern' }
Middle High German: bīten st. 'verziehen, warten'; bit(e), bīt(e) st. f. 'das verweilen, zögern'
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