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Proto-Germanic: *bai, *bē
Meaning: both
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: pl. bai m., f., ba n. `both'
Old Norse: { pl. bāδir m., bāδar f., bǟδi n. }
Norwegian: bɔde
Old Swedish: baɵir
Swedish: bɔda
Danish: bɔde
Old English: bā ɵā, bēgen ɵā; bā f., bū n. 'beide'
English: [ both < NG ]
Old Frisian: bēthe
Old Saxon: bēthia, bēthie, -iu n.
Middle Dutch: beide, bēde
Dutch: beide
Middle Low German: beide
Old High German: beide, bēde m. (8.Jh.), { beido, bēdo f., bēdiu }, beidiu n.
Middle High German: beide, bēde 'beide'
German: beide
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