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Proto-Germanic: *swilan-, *swal=, *swula-, *swēl=
Meaning: cold, cool
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: sval-r `kühl, kalt'; svǟla `qualmen, rauchen'; svǟla f. `Rauch'; svala `abkühlen'; svali m. `Kälte; Unglück'; svelja wk. `kühl sein'
Norwegian: sval; sväla vb.; svala vb.
Swedish: sval; dila. sväla vb.; svala vb.
Danish: sval; svae vb.
Old English: swelan st. `langsam verbrennen'; swol n., swoloɵ n. `das Brennen, Hitze'; (for-)swǟlan `verbrennen (tr.)'; for-svǟlan `aufbrennen'
Old Frisian: swilia
Middle Dutch: swēlen `het gedroogde gras met de hark omwenden'
Dutch: zwelen; zwoel `schwül'
Middle Low German: swēlen wk. 'ohne Flamme langsam brennen, Gras dörren, Heu machen'; swalm `Qualm, Dunst'
Low German: swōl, swūl `drückend und ermattend warm oder heiss, drückend oder' ängstlich beklommen'
Old High German: swelzan, swilizōn `sengen, rösten' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: [swilch 'schwül']
German: schwelen; schwul 'homosexuell'; schwül (< EaHG md. schwul [под влиянием kühl] < LG); omd. geschwule 'ängstlich' (Ende 16.Jh.), obd. geschwilig (16.Jh.), [swilch 'schwül, ängstlich' (16.Jh.), swilich 'lau' (15.Jh.)]
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