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Proto-Germanic: *wiltan- vb., *walt(i)an- vb., *walwian- vb., *walwisōn- vb., *wōljan- vb., *wala-, *walta-, *wal(w)ō, *wōlwian- vb., *wulstō
Meaning: roll, twist
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Gothic: *af-walwjan wk. `roll away', *at-walwjan `roll against', *fɔr-walwjan `roll to'; *walwisōn wk. `roll about'; *waltjan wk. `beat into'
Old Norse: val-r `rund'; velta st. `sich wälzen'; valt-r `unstet, wackling'
Norwegian: velta vb.
Old Swedish: välta vb.
Old Danish: välte
Old English: wielwan `wälzen, rollen', walwian tr., intr. `id.', walu f. `Strieme nach einem Schlag', wēlan `umwinden, binden', wältan, wealtan, wyltan `sich wälzen'; wealt `rollend, wälzbar, unbeständig'
Middle Dutch: wālen `rollen (tr.); woelen (refl.)'
Dutch: walen `keren, draaien (zeeterm), kenteren (van het tij)'
Middle Low German: walen `drehen, wälzen, rollen'; wȫlen `umwinden, binden'
Old High German: wulst m. (12.Jh.), { wulsta f. } `Wulst'; wellan st. `runden, rollen'; walzan `sich wälzen'; welzen (9.Jh.) `rollen, drehen'; wuolen (um 1000)
Middle High German: walzen red. v. tr. 'sich wälzen', tr. 'wälzen'; wɛlzen wk. caus.; wüelen wk. 'wühlen'; wulste st. f., wulst st. m. 'wulst'
German: wälzen, wühlen, Wulst m., f.
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