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Proto-Germanic: *swi[f]an-, *swabja-, *swabjan-, *swibēn-, *swēb[f]=, *swō[f]=, *sub=; *swi[f]na-z , etc.
Meaning: sleep
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Old Norse: sofa (svaf; sofinn) st. `schlafen', svefja `einschläfern, beruhigen'; sȫfa wk. `töten, opfern'; svǟfa `einschläfern, beruhigen; töten'; süfja wk. `einschläfern'; sofna wk. `einschlafen'; svefn m. `Schlaf'
Norwegian: sova vb.; sväva vb.; süvja vb.; sovna vb.; svevn, svemn
Old Swedish: sȫva `einschläfern'; svǟva vb.
Swedish: sova vb.; söva `einschläfern, betäuben'; somna vb.; sömn
Danish: sova vb.; sövne vb.; sövn
Old English: swefan st. `schlafen', sweofot `Schlaf', swefn n. `Schlaf, Traum'; swebban; swefnian
East Frisian: suffen `matt od. schläfrig w.'
Old Saxon: an-swebbian `einschläfern', swevan n. `Traum'
Middle Dutch: suffen `dwaas doen, suf zijn'
Dutch: { suf `schwindlig, dumm' } suffen
Old High German: { ant-swebben `einschläfern' }
Middle High German: entswëben wk. tr. 'einschläfern', intr. 'einschlafen', swëp (-b-) st. m. 'schlaf'
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