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Proto-Germanic: *xalōn-; *xlēw(i)a-, *xliwja-, *xliwja-n, *xlēwanōn- vb., *xlūma-/*xliuma- etc.
Meaning: warm
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Old Norse: hlǟ-r `milde, warm', hlāna wk. `lauer, milde werden'; hlāka f. `Tauwetter'; hlǖ-r `warm, milde', hlǖ n. `Schutz, Wärme'
Norwegian: lä adj.; lü adj.; dial. lüa `milde Luft'
Old Swedish: lior adj.
Swedish: ljum `mild, lau'; lü adj.; dial. lü `geschützter Ort'
Old Danish: laa adj.
Danish: lum, lummer `mild, lau'; lü adj.; lü `geschützter Ort'
Old English: hlēow `warm, sonnig'
Old Saxon: halōian `brennen'
Middle Dutch: laeu
Dutch: lauw
Middle Low German: la(u)w
Old High German: lāo `lau, mild' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: lā (-w-), lǟwe, lāw, lāb adj. 'lau, milde'
German: lau; bair. läunen `tauen'; schweiz. lūm `mild (vom Wetter)'
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