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Proto-Germanic: *grása-n, *grásja-n; *grōan- vb.; *grō[d]ēn, *grō[d]a-z, *grō[d]iōn, *grō[d]ia-z; *grōnia-, *grōnōn- vb.
Meaning: grass; green
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: gras n. (a) `grass, weeds'
Old Norse: gras n. `Gras, Unkrut'; grōa st. `wachsen, grünen'; grōδi m. `Gedeihen, Wachstum, Fruchtbarkeit', grōδ-r m. `id.'; grȫδa wk. `gedeihen lassen; erwerben; heilen'; grȫn-n `grün'; grōna wk. `wachsen'
Norwegian: gras; gro vb.; grode; gröda f., gröde m. `Wachstum, Ertrag'; gröda vb.; grön adj.
Old Swedish: gräs
Swedish: gro vb.; grön adj.; grod(d); gröda `Wachstum'
Danish: gräs; gro vb.; gröde `Wachstum, Ernte, Ertrag'; grön adj.
Old English: gärs, gräs; grōwan `grünen, blühen'; grēne
English: grass, grow, green
Old Frisian: gers, gres; OWFris grōya; grōde, grēne
East Frisian: Fris groed, grede, greide
Old Saxon: gras, grōni
Middle Dutch: gras `gras, grasspriet, grasveld', groeyen, grōyen, groede `aanwas van grond, die met gras begroeid is', groene
Dutch: gras n., groeien, groen
Middle Low German: gras; grōjen `groeien', grōde, groe, grō; grȫne
Old High German: gras `Gras' (8.Jh.); gruoen (8.Jh.) `wachsen, spriessen, gedeihen'; gruoni (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: gras st. n. 'gras'; grüejen (prt. gruote) wk. `wachsen, spriessen, gedeihen'; gruot st. f. `das Grünen, der frische Wuchs'; grüene 'grün; frisch, roh'
German: Gras n., grün
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