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Proto-Germanic: *swēra-, ? *swēru-, *swēria-
Meaning: heavy
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: swēr-s (a) `esteemed, hored'
Old Norse: svār-r `schwer, hart, schmerzhaft' (poet.)
Norwegian: svär
Swedish: svɔr
Old Danish: svār
Old English: swǟr, swār
Old Frisian: swēr
Old Saxon: swār `schwer'
Middle Dutch: swaer, swāre
Dutch: zwaar
Middle Low German: swār
Old High German: swār (8.Jh.), swāri (9.Jh.) `schwer, drückend, schmerzlich'
Middle High German: swǟr(e), swār `weh tuend, schmerzlich, unangenehm, beschwerlich, betrübt, von grossem Gewicht; vornehm'
German: schwer
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