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Proto-Germanic: *firgunja-z, -n, *firgunjō
Meaning: a deity
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fairguni n. (ja) `mountain, mountain rage'
Old Norse: Fjɔrgyn-n m. `Name eines Gottes, Vater von Frigg', Fjɔrgün f. `Thors Mutter', fjɔrgün `Erde, Land' (poet.)
Old Swedish: PN Färghinn(s)gül, Firghelanda
Swedish: PN Färgegöl, Färgelanda
Old English: firgi-holt, firgen-holr `mountain wood', -stream `mountain stream'
Old High German: Lat-OHG Fergunna, Firgunnea `mountain chain with mines or pine trees', Virgunnia, Virgundia waldus `a range of hills between Ellwangen and Ansbach'
Middle High German: { Virgunt f. (name in Wolfram's Willehalm beside Swarzwalt) }
germet-meaning,germet-prnum,germet-got,germet-onord,germet-oswed,germet-swed,germet-oengl,germet-ohg,germet-mhg,

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