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Proto-Germanic: *aura-n, -z; *auri-z; *ūra-n
Meaning: sand containing iron, ore
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *aurahjōn-s `monuments, tombs'
Old Norse: aur-r `Eisenartiger Sand, Gries', eyr-r f. `flache Küstenstrecke'; ūr n. `Metallschlacke, Abfall'; ǖr-r m. `morsches, sprödes Eisen';
Norwegian: aur, aure
Swedish: ör
Danish: dial. ör `Sandbank'
Old English: ēar `Erde', ēor `Kies'
English: ore
Dutch: { oer `eisenhaltiger Sand' }
Middle Low German: { ūr `oer' }
Low German: { ūr `eisenhaltiger Sand' }

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