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Proto-Germanic: *brazd=, *bruzda-z
Meaning: poit, edge
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: brodd-r m. `Spitze; Pfeil, Wurfspeer; Strahl, kleiner Fischschwarm', brüdda wk. `mit Spitzen versehen, stechen, plagen'
Norwegian: bred `Rand, Kante, Ufer', dial. bradd `Ufer, Rand, Kante', dial. brüdding `Saum, Kante'; brodd `Stachel, Spitze', brüdda wk.
Old Swedish: brädder
Swedish: brädd `Rand, Kante, Ufer', dial. bradd,
Danish: bred `Rand, Kante, Ufer'; brod `Stachel, Spitze'
Old English: brerd (breord, breard, briord), -es m. `brim, margin, rim, top of a pot or vessel, shore, bank, brink', brord, -es m. `prick, point, lance, javelin, the first blade or spire of grass/corn, etc.', bryrdan (bryrde, bryrded/bryrd) `prick, goad, incite, urge, constrain'
English: board
Old Saxon: brord `Stachel, Schneide, Spitze, Keim', brordōn `sticken'
Old High German: brort (um 800) `Rand, Kante, Schiffsbug, Schild', brart `Rand, Kante, Vordersteven', gibrortōn `einfassen',
Middle High German: bort st. m., n. 'rand bes. schiffsrand, bord' { brort `Kante' }
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