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Proto-Germanic: *xwīta-, *xwit(t)a-; *xwaitī, *xwaitia-z, -n, *xwītia-z
Meaning: white
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hʷīt-s (a) `white'; ga-hʷītjan wk. `whiten'
Old Norse: hvīt-r `weiss'; hveiti n. `Weizen'
Norwegian: kvit adj.; kveite
Swedish: vit adj.; vete; dial. vīte `Weizen'
Old Danish: hvid adj.
Danish: hvede `Weizen'
Old English: hwīt `weiss'; hwǟte m. `Weizen'
Middle English: whīte `Weizen'
English: white; wheat
Old Frisian: hwīt, hwit `weiss'
Old Saxon: hwīt `weiss'; hwēti `Weizen'
Middle Dutch: wit `weiss'; weite, weit, weet m. `Weizen'
Dutch: wit `weiss'; weit f. `Weizen'
Old Franconian: wīt `weiss'
Middle Low German: wit `weiss'; wēte, weite
Old High German: (h)wīʒ `weiss' (8.Jh.) `weiss, glänzend'; (h)weizzi `Weizen' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: wīʒ 'weiss'; weiʒ(e), weiʒʒe, weize st./wk. m. 'weizen'
German: weiss; Weizen, dial. weiss, weissen

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