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Proto-Germanic: *winda-z, *wēan- vb., *wáɵila-z, -n, *wáɵala-z, *wḗɵlō, *wētan- vb., *wēt=, *wḗsa-n, *wēsian- vb.
Meaning: wind, breathe
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: wind-s m. (a) `wind', CrimGot *wintsch (mispr. wintch); *wɛ̄an st. `blow'
Old Norse: vēli n. `Vogelschwanz', NIsl vēl, vēli `id.'; vās n. `Beschwerde, Mühe', NIsl vās `aura refrigerans', NIsl vǟsa `spirare'; vind-r m. `Wind, Sturm'
Norwegian: vēle `Wedel'; vɔs `beschwerdliche Reise bei nassem Wetter'; vind
Swedish: väle `Wedel'; vind
Danish: vind
Old English: wāwan `wehen', waɵol `Mond'
Old Frisian: wind; OWFris wāya vb.
Old Saxon: wedil `Wedel'; wind
Middle Dutch: waeyen; wint
Dutch: waaien; wind m.
Middle Low German: wēien; wint
Old High German: wājan, wāen `wehen'; wadal adj. `schweifend, unstet, arm' (8.Jh.); wedil (10.Jh.), wadal (um 800) `Fächer, Wedel, Mondwechsel'; wāʒan (wiaʒ) `wehen, blasen'; wāla `Fächer, Blasebalg, das Wehen' (um 1000); wind (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: wǟjen, wǟgen, wǟn, wejen wk. 'wehen; wehen machen'; wāʒen red. v. 'duften, riechen'; wāʒ st. m., wāʒe wk. m. 'das wehen, der sturm; atem, hauch; duft, geruch'; wadel, wɛdel st. m., n. `Büschelartiges zum Hinundherbewegen'; wadel adj. 'mit langen haaren versehen, zotticht; schweifend, unstät'; wint (-d-) st. m. 'wind'
German: Wedel m.; Wind m.; wehen
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