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Proto-Germanic: *ɵirsan- vb.; *ɵurstian- vb.; *ɵarzián- vb.; *ɵurzú-, *ɵurziá-, *ɵúrsu-, *ɵarsian- vb., *ɵársō(n), *ɵurzná-z, *ɵurznōn- vb.; *ɵurstēn
Meaning: wither, be thursty, dry
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Gothic: *ga-ɵɛrsan st. `wither'; *ɵɔrsjan wk. `be thirsty (impers., pers.)'; ɵɔrsu-s (u) `dried up, withered'; *ga-ɵɔrsnan wk. `dry up, be parched, wither'
Old Norse: ɵur-r `dürr, trocken'; ɵorn m. `Darrofen'; ɵorna wk. `trocknen, verdorren'; ɵerra wk. `trocknen'; ɵürsta wk. `dürsten'; ɵorsti m. `Durst'
Norwegian: torna `verdorren', terra vb.; turr adj.; torn `Einrichtung um Malz zu trocknen'; torna vb.; tü(r)sta vb.; torste
Swedish: törst sbs.; torr adj.; tärra vb.; törsta vb.; dial. torst
Danish: tör adj.; törre vb.; törste vb.
Old English: ɵyrre `dürr'; ɵurst, ɵyrst; ā-ɵierran `trocknen, abwischen'
English: thirst
Old Saxon: thurri; thurst; thorron `vergehen'
Middle Dutch: dorre; dorst; dorren
Dutch: dor; dorst
Middle Low German: dörre `welk, trocken'; dorst(e)
Old High German: thorrēn `verdorren, dürr werden, vertrocknen, erstarren' (9.Jh.), derren `trocknen, rösten' (9.Jh.); thurri `dürr, trocken' (8.Jh.); thurst `Durst, Dürre' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: dürre, durre 'dürre,trocken, mager'; dürre st. f. 'trockenheit; trockener boden', wk. f. 'abgestorbener dürr gewordener baum'; durstst. m. 'durst'; dorren wk 'dürre werden, verdorren'; dɛrren wk. 'dörren, austrocknen'
German: dürr, dorren, dörren, Durst m.; Darre f.
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