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Proto-Germanic: *sēan-, *sēmēn, *sēdí-z, *sēdá-n
Meaning: sow, seed
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: sɛ̄an st. `sow, plant'; mana-sēɵ-s `world'
Old Norse: sā (prt. sera, söra) red. `säen'; sāδ f. `Spreu'; sāδ n. `Saat, Korn'
Norwegian: sɔ vb.; sɔd
Swedish: sɔ vb.; sɔdor `Kornabfall'
Danish: sɔ vb.; sɔ(d)er `Kornabfall'; sɔd
Old English: sāwan `säen'; sǟd n.
English: sow, seed
Old Frisian: sed
East Frisian: Fris e-sēn `gezaaid'
Old Saxon: sāian `säen', sāmo `Same'; sād n.
Middle Dutch: saeyen, sayen; saet n.
Dutch: zaaien; zaad n.
Middle Low German: sāt f. `het zaaien, zaadkorrel, zaadveld'
Old High German: sāen (8.Jh.), { sajen, sāwen `säen' }; sāmo (8.Jh.) m. `Same'; sāt f. (um 800) `das Säen, Saat'
Middle High German: sǟjen, sǟwen, sǟhen, sǟn sw. 'ausstreuen, säen, besäen'; sāt st. f. 'das Säen, die Aussaat, das ausgesäte Korn, Samenkorn, Getreideernte'; sām(e) wk. m. 'Samen, Samenkorn, männlicher Samen, Nachkommenschaft, Saat(feld), Feld'
German: säen, Saat f., Samen m.
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