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Proto-Germanic: *núrɵra-n, *narr=
Meaning: north
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: norδr n. `Norden', norδr adv. `nordwärts'; norδan `von Norden her'
Norwegian: nord; nordan
Swedish: norr; nordan
Danish: nord; norden adv.
Old English: norɵerra `mehr nördlich'; norɵan adv.
English: north
Old Frisian: north sbs., adv.
Old Saxon: north adv. 'im Norden, nordwärts'; northan adv. 'von Norden'
Middle Dutch: nort, noort `in of naar het Noorden; het Norden'; norden, noorden
Dutch: noord n., f.; adv.; noorden n.
Middle Low German: nort, nōrt n. `het noorden'; nōrden n. 'Norden'
Old High German: nord n. `het noorden, noordenwind' (um 1000); nordrōni `nördlich'; norden; nordana adv. (9.Jh.); nordan n. 'Norden, Nordwind' (11.Jh.)
Middle High German: nort (-d) st. n. 'Norden'; norden st. n. 'Norden'; norden(t) adv.
German: Norden, Nord m., ? bair. der-narren `starr werden (bes. vor Frost)', narr `missratene verschrumpfte Frucht', schweiz. narr `krampartige Spannung', narrennagel `unförmig suagewachsener Nagel'
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