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Proto-Germanic: *sling(w)an- vb., *slang(w)ēn, *slangwian- vb., *sling(w)ōn
Meaning: throw, crawl, wind
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: slüngja, slüngva st. `werfen, schleudern'; slangi m. `Schlange'; slöngva wk. `schleudern, werfen'; slöngva f. `Schleuder'
Norwegian: slüngja vb.; slengja vb.
Old Swedish: sliunga vb.
Swedish: dial. slinga, vb.; slänga vb.; slunga sbs.
Danish: slünge vb.; slänge vb.; slünge sbs.
Old English: slingan `schlängeln, gleiten'
Old Frisian: slinge f. `sleep'
Old Saxon: slingira `slinger'; slango m.
Middle Dutch: slingher(e) f. `slinger'; Kil. slinghe; slinghen `met een slinger werpen, kruipen, voortkronkelen'; slanghe m., f.
Dutch: slinger m.; slang f.
Old Franconian: slango
Middle Low German: slange m., f.; slinge; slingen `kronkelen, winden'; slengen
Old High German: slingan st. `schwingen, winden, flechten', refl. `sich schlängeln, kriechen' (um 1000); slango m. `Schlange' (9.Jh.), slinga f. `Schlinge' (um 800); slingen 'hin und her ziehend schwingen, flechten, sich schlängelnd winden, kriechen, gleiten, schleichen'; slengen
Middle High German: pl. slinger, slinker, slɛnger, slɛnker st. f. `schleuder'; slinge wk./st. f. 'Schleuder'; slange wk. m. (md. st. f.) 'Schlange, Drache'
German: schlingen, Schlinge f., Schlange f.
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