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Proto-Germanic: *xūdí-z; *xudjōn; *skaud=
Meaning: skin, cover
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: acc. skauda-raip `thong'
Old Norse: hūδ f. `Haut des Grossviehs'; skauδ f. `Schwertscheide', pl. -ir `Vorhaut beim Pferd; Memme, Fegling'; skjōδa f. `Sack'
Norwegian: hud; skau(d) `Vorhaut beim Pferd'
Old Swedish: OGutn skiauɵa
Swedish: hud; finnl. sköda `abgenutzter Schuh'
Danish: hud
Old English: hǖd
English: hide
Old Frisian: hēd
Old Saxon: hūd
Middle Dutch: huutd
Dutch: huid f.
Middle Low German: schōde n. `vagina (van paard)', f. `schil, peul'
Old High German: hūt (9.Jh.) `Haut'; hutta `Schuppen, Laube, kleines Haus'
Middle High German: hūt, hout st. f. 'Haut, Fell'; hütte wk./st. f. 'kleines Haus, Zalt, Verkaufsbude'; schōte wk. f. 'Samenhülse, Erbse'
German: Haut f.; Hütte f.; Schote f.
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