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Proto-Germanic: *widu-z, *widu
Meaning: wood, tree
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: viδr, gen. viδar m. `Wald, Baum'
Norwegian: vid
Swedish: ved
Danish: ved
Old English: wudu (-o, widu, wiodu), gen. wudu/wudes, pl. wuda/wudu/wyda) m. `wood (substance of growing trees; hewn wood, material obtained from trees); wood, forest'
English: wood, weed
Old High German: witu, wito `Holz'
Middle High German: wite, wit st. m., n. 'holz, brennholz'

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