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Proto-Germanic: *smirtan-, *smartōn-, *smartian- vb.
Meaning: ache; break
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: smeortan `schmerzen'; smeart `pijnlijk'
Middle English: smerte
English: smart
East Frisian: murt `bröckelige Masse, Griess, Staub'
Middle Dutch: smerte, smarte f. `pijn, wond, smart'
Dutch: smart f.; smarten, smerten st., wk.
Middle Low German: smerte, smērte, smarte; smerten, smarten `schmerzen'
Low German: murten `zerfallen'
Old High German: smerzan st. (8.Jh.) `schmerzen', smerza (9.Jh.) { smerzo m. `Schmerz' }
Middle High German: smërze wk. m., st. f. 'Schmerz'; gen. adv. murzes 'gänzlich, bis aufs letzte stück', { murz `Stumpf' }; smërzen st. intr. 'schmerzen', smɛrzen wk. tr. 'in schmerz verwandeln', EHG obd. smir(t)zen (bis ins 17.Jh.), schmerzen (tr.)
German: Schmerz M., schmerzen; schweiz. murz, morz `kleine Stückchen'
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