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Proto-Germanic: *smala-; *smalēn
Meaning: small
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *smal-s `small, little'
Old Norse: smal-menni, -bāti; smali m. `Kleinvieh'
Norwegian: smale sbs.
Swedish: smal; dial. smale sbs.
Old English: smäl adj. `small'
English: small
Old Frisian: smel `klein, gering'
Old Saxon: smal `klein, gering, schmal'
Middle Dutch: smal `klein, gering, schaars, smal, nauw'
Dutch: smal
Middle Low German: smal
Old High German: smal `klein, gering, kärglich, wenig, knapp, nicht breit' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: smal 'klein; gering, kärglich, wenig, knapp; nicht breit, schmal'
German: schmal
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