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Proto-Germanic: *swiman-, *swimman-, caus. *swamjan-, *swamōn-, *sunda-n, *swúmsla-n etc.
Meaning: swim; sound
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: swumfsl n. (a) `pool'
Old Norse: svimma, svima, sümja st. `schwimmen'; sund n. `Schwimmen; Sund, Meer'; sünd-r `der schwimmen kann'
Norwegian: dial. svemja, sümja vb.; dial. svamla, sumla 'plätschern' {`phantasieren'}, svamra `umherirren, schwärmen', svamra `umherirren'; sund; sümd vb.
Old Swedish: sund
Swedish: simma vb.
Old Danish: sund
Danish: svömme vb.
Old English: swimman `schwimmen'; sund n. `Schwimmfähigkeit; (poet.) See, Wasser'; syndig `im Schwimmen geschickt'
English: swim; sound
Old Frisian: swommia vb.
Old Saxon: swimman `schwimmen'
Middle Dutch: swemmen `drijven, zwemmen'; swimmen
Dutch: zwemmen
Middle Low German: swemmen st.; sunt, -d- m. `Meerenge'
Old High German: swimman st. (8.Jh.) `schwimmen'
Middle High German: swimmen st. 'schwimmen'; swɛmmen wk. 'schwimmen machen'; swamen wk. `schwimmen'; swam (-mm-) st. m. 'überschwemmung'
German: schwimmen, schwemmen; [Sund]
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