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Proto-Germanic: *swurgō(n), *swurgēn- vb., *swurgian- vb.
Meaning: care, sorrow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: sɔrga f. (ō) `care, sorrow'; sɔrgan wk. `be worried, care'
Old Norse: sorg f. `Sorge, Trauer'; sorga wk. `trauern'; sürgja wk. `sorgen'
Norwegian: sorg; sürgja vb.
Swedish: sorg; sörja vb.
Danish: sorg; sörge vb.
Old English: sorg `Sorge'; sorgian
English: sorrow
Old Frisian: sorgia vb.
Old Saxon: sorga `Sorge'; sorgon
Middle Dutch: sorghe, surghe f.; sorghen, surghen
Dutch: zorg f.; zorgen
Old Franconian: sworga
Middle Low German: sorge; sorgen
Old High German: sorga (8.Jh.), sworga (9.Jh.) {st./wk. f.} `Sorge'; sorgēn, sworgēn (8.Jh.) `sorgen'
Middle High German: sorge st./wk. 'Besorgnis, Kummer, Furcht, Gefahr', sorgen wk. ɨŋṭʁ. 'besorgt, bekümmert sein', tr. 'mit sorge erfüllen'
German: Sorge f.
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