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Proto-Germanic: *smirwa-n, *smírɵra-n; *smirwian- vb.
Meaning: fat, grease
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *smɛrɵr n. (a) `Fett'
Old Norse: smjɔr, smör n. `Butter, Fett'; smürva, smürja vb. `schmieren, salben'
Norwegian: smör, smjör; smürja vb.
Old Swedish: smör, smörr, smorr
Swedish: smör `Butter'; smörja vb.
Danish: smöre vb.
Old English: smeoru (smeru, -o, -a), -wes n. `fat, grease, suet, tallow'; { smierwan }
English: smear
Old Frisian: smere n. `vuil, etter'
Old Saxon: smero
Middle Dutch: smēre, smeer, smāre, smaer n., m. `vet, smeer'; smēren
Dutch: smeer n., m.; smeren
Old Franconian: smero
Middle Low German: smēr; smēren
Old High German: smero, gen. smerwes `Fett' (8.Jh.); smirwen `(ein)schmieren' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: smër (-w-) st. n., m. 'schmer'; smirwen, smirn, smërn wk. `schmieren, salben'
German: Schmer m., n.; schmieren

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