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Proto-Germanic: *skin=, *skínɵa-n, *skind=, *skindan- vb. intr., *skindian- vb. caus., *skēnō; *xínɵōn, *xánɵ=
Meaning: skin, rind
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: skinn n. `abgezogene Haut, bes. von kleineren Tieren'; skān f. `Borke'; hinna f. `dünne Haut, Bauchfell'
Norwegian: skinn; skɔn `Kruste, Borke'; hinna
Old Swedish: Run. ski[n]ɵa-leubaR
Swedish: skinn; dial. skɔn `Schorf'; hinna
Danish: skind; hinne
Old English: hionne `Hirnhaut'
Old Frisian: skene `Rinde'
East Frisian: Fris hann `Häutchen'
Old Saxon: { biscindian `abrinden, schälen' }; biskindan 'sich abschälen'
Middle Dutch: schene `dünne Haut, Bast'; scinden 'misshandeln, rauben'
Dutch: dial. schinde `Fell; Baumrinde', schin 'Kopfschuppe'
Middle Low German: schinden `enthäuten, plündern, rauben'; schin `Schuppen im Haar'; schinne f. 'Kopfschuppe'
Old High German: skinten (9.Jh.) `enthäuten, schälen, ausplündern, misshandeln'
Middle High German: schinden, schinten st. 'die Haut, die Rinde abziehen, enthäuten, schälen, berauben, peinigen, maisshandeln'; EaHG schint f. 'Oberschale' (15.Jh.)
German: {Schind-mähre, -aas}; schinden (neues st. V.); {Schin, Schinne}
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