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Proto-Germanic: *stir[b]=, *star[b]=, *ɵarbi-
Meaning: numb, dry
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: stjarfi m. `Starrkrampf'; stjarf-r `hartmäulig'; stirfinn `halsstarrig', starf n. `schwere Arbeit, Anstrengung, Geschäft'; starfa wk. `sich anstrengen'; ɵjarf-r `derb, geschmacklos; frisch; einfältig'; ptc. stirfin-n `trotzig'
Norwegian: tjerv; skjerva `Brustbeklemmung'; dial. starv; dial. starva `sich anstrengen; vor Kälte umkommen'
Old Swedish: starve `Art Krankheit'
Swedish: kärv `trocken, geschmacklos'; dial. starva wk.
Old English: ɵeorf `ungesauert, frisch'; steorfa `das Sterben, Aas; schlechtes Land'; steorfan
English: starve
Old Frisian: therf `heftig'
East Frisian: starven `erstarren, steif werden'
Old Saxon: thervi `ungesauert'; -stervo `Seuche, Tod'; stervan
Middle Dutch: derf `ungesauert'; sterven
Middle Low German: starven `erstarren, steif werden'
Old High German: therb (9.Jh.) `ungesäuert'; sterbo `Pest, Tod' (9.Jh.); sterban (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: dɛrp (-b-) `ungesäuert'; stërben st. 'sterben'; stërbe wk. m., st. f. 'das sterben, der tod; ansteckendes krankheit, pest'
German: derb; bair. derb `dürr, trocken, mager'; sterben
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