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Proto-Germanic: *fōtu-z (*fōt-); *fatōn- vb.; *fatja-n, *fitarō, -a-z, *fitura-z; *fatila-z, -ō; *fitjō
Meaning: foot
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fōtu-s m. (u) `Fuss'
Old Norse: fōt-r, pl. fȫtr `Fuss'; fet n. `Schritt'; fjɔtur-r m. `Fessel'; pl. ūt-fjɔt `Fehltritt'
Norwegian: fot; fet; dial. fior-fit `Eidechse'
Old Swedish: fiatur
Swedish: fot; fjät; fjätter
Old Danish: fjäder
Danish: fod; fjed
Old English: fōt, gen. -es, dat. fēt/fōte, pl. fēt/fōtas m. `foot'; feter (fetor, feotur), -e f. `fetter, chain for the feet'; { fetel } ; { fatian (wīf) `heiraten' }
English: foot (pl. feet); fetter
Old Frisian: fōt; fatia
Old Saxon: fōt; feter, pl. -os; fittea `Abschnitt, Text'
Middle Dutch: voet m.; vēter m., f. `ketting, boei'; { vatten }
Dutch: voet m.; veter m.
Old Franconian: fuot
Middle Low German: vōt; vētel; vā
Old High German: fuoʒ `Fuss' (8.Jh.), feʒʒara f. `Fussschlinge, Fussfessel' (9.Jh.); { faʒʒōn }
Middle High German: vuoʒ m. 'fuss des menschen od. eines tieres; fuss eines berges, tisches'
German: Fuss m.; { fassen }
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