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Proto-Germanic: *fíɵrō; *fiɵɵ=; *fiɵria-n
Meaning: feather
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fjɔδr f. `Feder'; fiδri n. `Gefieder'
Norwegian: fjör, fjöder; fēr `feines aber wenig dichtes Haar oder Gras'
Swedish: fjäder
Danish: fjär, fjeder
Old English: feɵer f. `Feder'; fiɵercian `fladderen'; fiɵre `Flügel'
English: feather
Old Frisian: fethere f.
Old Saxon: fethata f. `veer, vin'
Middle Dutch: vēder(e) f. `veer, vleugel'; gevedre `Gefieder'
Dutch: veder, veer f.
Old Franconian: fethera f. `penna'; pl. gen. fetheraco `alarum'
Middle Low German: vēder(e); vittek, vitk
Old High German: { fed(a)rah m., n. `Flügel' }; fedara (10.Jh.) f. `Feder'; {fethdhāh, fettāh `alae'} feddā̆h (9.Jh.), fettā̆h (später); { gifidiri `Gefieder' } gifedari adj. 'geflügelt, gefiedert' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vëder(e) st./wk. f. 'feder; flaumiges pelzwerk'; vëtach(e), vëtech(e), vëtich, vitich wk. f., m. 'fittich'; gevider(e) st., n. 'Federn, Federbett, Federvieh'
German: Feder f.; Fittich m.; Gefieder n.
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