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Proto-Germanic: *bringan-, *brangian-
Meaning: bring
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: briŋgan wk. `bring'
Old English: bringen, breng(e)an, prt. brōhte
English: bring
Old Frisian: brenga, brendza, branga, bringa
Old Saxon: bringan, prt. brāhta; brengian
Middle Dutch: brenghen, bringhen
Dutch: brengen
Old Franconian: bringon
Middle Low German: bringen
Old High German: bringan (8.Jh.), prt. brāhta
Middle High German: bringen, md. brëngen, brɛngen 'bringen, vollbringen, machen; be-, erweisen'
German: bringen

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