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Proto-Germanic: *rī[f]an-, *rī[f]=; *rai[f]a-z
Meaning: tear, scratch
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: rīfa st. `reissen, zerreissen', rifna wk. `zerbrechen, sich spalten'; rifa f. `Riss, Spalte'; reifa wk. `vortragen, darlegen'; pl. reifar m. `Hülle, Windel'; rif n. `Reff';rif-r m. `Weberbaum; Rolle, Walze'
Norwegian: rīva vb.; rivna vb.; riva sbs.; reiva vb.; reiv `Hülle, Windel'; riv
Old Swedish: rīva `zerreissen (tr.)'
Swedish: rīva vb.; rämna vb.; reva sbs.; dial. reva `einwickeln'; reiv, rev `Hülle, Windel'; rev; dial. rev(e) `Weberbaum'
Danish: rive vb.; revna vb.; rev `Hülle, Windel'; rev, reb
Old English: ārǟfan `befreien', ārāfian `loswickeln'; gerifod, rifelede `gerunzelt'; rift 'Mantel, Schleier, Vorhang'
Old Frisian: rīva vb.
Middle Dutch: reve
Dutch: { reef, älter rif 'Streifen am Segel' }; vläm. reef, reve `Streifen, Strieme'
Middle Low German: riff
Low German: Reff 'Vorrichtung zum Verkürzen des Segels'; ribben `pflücken, Flachs rupfen'
Old High German: beinreft 'Hose' (9.Jh.)
German: die Segel reffen (< LG)
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