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Proto-Germanic: *nadrá-z, *nadrṓn; *nēdrṓ
Meaning: serpent
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *nadr-s m. (a) `snake, viper'
Old Norse: naδ-r m. `Schlange', naδra f. `Schlange, Eidechse'
Old English: nädre (nǟddre), -an f. `any kind of serpent, adder, viper'
English: adder
Old Saxon: nādra; nadra
Middle Dutch: nādre; adder, adre, nadre f.
Dutch: adder f., m., nater-kruid, -tong, -wortel
Middle Low German: nāder
Old High German: natara, nātara (8. Jh.)
Middle High German: nāter(e) wk. f. 'natter'
German: Natter
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