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Proto-Germanic: *xird=, *xrid=; *skirm=
Meaning: skin
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hreδr n. `männliches Glied'; pl. hreδjar f. `Hodensack, Beutel'; { hera `Sack' }
Norwegian: rär, dial. red, re `Zeugungsglied'; skare наст на снегу
Swedish: dial. rär `Zeugungsglied'; dial. räjer `Hoden'; skare наст на снегу
Danish: räd(d)er `Hoden'; dial. rär `Zeugungsglied'
Old English: heorδa `Wildhaut', pl. härdan `Hoden', hriδer `Haut', mid-(h)riδer `Zwerchfell'; biscermian `beschirmen'
Middle Dutch: scerm, sceerm
Dutch: scherm n.
Middle Low German: scherm n.
Old High German: herdo `vellus'; harra `Sack'; skerm, skirm (8.Jh.) `Schild, Schutz, Bedeckung'
Middle High German: schirm, schërm st. m. 'was zur Deckung, zum Schutz dient, Schild,das Vorhalten des Schildes, das Parieren, Beschirmen, Schutz, Scutzvorrichtung, Gewähr'
German: schweiz. herde, härde `Schaf-, Ziegenfell'; Schirm m.
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