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Proto-Germanic: *filla-n, *filliōn, *filminja-n, *filmōn, *filma-z
Meaning: film, fleece
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ɵruts-fill n. (a) `leprosy'
Old Norse: fjall, fell n. `Haut, Fell'; filla f. `Haut, Fell'
Norwegian: filla `Felldecke, Haut'
Swedish: fjäll, dial. filla `Felldecke, Lappen'
Danish: fille `Lumpen, Lappen'
Old English: filmen (fylmen), -es n. `film, thin skin, prepuce', film, -es m. `film, skin, husk', fel(l), -es n. `fell, skin', äd-felma, -an m. `skin of an egg'
English: fell, film
Old Frisian: fel; filmene `feine Haut'
Old Saxon: fel
Middle Dutch: vel; velm `vlies'
Dutch: vel n.
Old Franconian: vel
Middle Low German: vel
Old High German: fel `Haut' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vël, gen. -lles st. n. 'haut, fell; leib, person; eine augenkrankheit, die blind macht; pergament; dünne eisdecke'
German: Fell n.
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