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Proto-Germanic: *gōda-, *gadan-, -ōn- vb.
Meaning: good
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: gōɵ-s, gōd-s (a) `good, kind, beautiful'; { gadiliŋgs 'Vetter'
Old Norse: gōδ-r `gut'; Run. Norw godagas
Norwegian: god
Swedish: god
Danish: god
Old English: gōd
English: good
Old Frisian: gōd 'gut'; gada 'vereinigen', gadia 'dass.; passend machen, befrieden, bestätigen'
Old Saxon: gōd 'gut'; gegada 'Genosse, Gatte'; gaduling 'Verwandter'
Middle Dutch: goet
Dutch: goed
Old Franconian: guot
Old High German: guot (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: guot 'tüchtig, brav, gut usw.'
German: gut
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