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Proto-Germanic: *mirwa-, *mirwia-, *murw(i)a-, *mauria-
Meaning: rot, rotten
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Old Norse: morna wk. `verwelken, verblühen'; meyr-r `mürbe, weich'
Norwegian: dial. morna, marna `zu faulen anfangen', moren, maren `morsch'; möyr, maur
Swedish: mör
Danish: mör
Old English: mearo `mürbe, zart'
Middle Dutch: morwe, moru(w), meuru, meurw, moorw `week, zacht; teder; mals'; maru, meru, fläm. merf
Dutch: murw
Middle Low German: mȫre, mȫr, { morwe }
Old High German: maro, mar(a)wi (9.Jh.) 'reif, mürbe, zart', mur(u)wi `zart, jung' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: mürwe, mür(e) 'zerbrechlich, dünn, zart, schwach, welk', mar (gen. -wes) 'reif, mürbe, zart'
German: mürbe
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