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Proto-Germanic: *láiɵa-
Meaning: sorrow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: leiδ-r `verhasst, leid'
Norwegian: leid
Swedish: led
Danish: led
Old English: lāɵ `unangenehm; verhasst'; lāɵ `kwwad etc.'
English: loath, loth
Old Frisian: lēth `leed, overlast'
Old Saxon: lēth `unangenehm; verhasst'; lēth `kwaad, zonde'
Middle Dutch: leet sbs.; leet `hateijk, gehaat, onaangenaam, droevig, boosaardig'
Dutch: leed n.; leed adj.
Middle Low German: lēt 'Leid, Schmerz', lēde 'Leid, Schmerz, Trauer, Angst, Bangigkeit'
Old High German: leida 'Anklage, Verfolgung' (8.Jh.), leid (9.Jh.) sbs.; leid (8.Jh.) `unangenehm; verhasst'; leid `leed, smart'
Middle High German: leit (-d-) st. n. 'das angetane Böse, Unrecht, Schädigung, Kränkung, Beleidigung, Sünde', leide st. f. 'Leid, Schmerz, Feindseligkeit'; leide st. n. 'totenklage'; leit (-d-) 'nicht lieb, betrübend, widerwärtig, verhasst, schmerzlich'
German: Leid n., leid
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