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Proto-Germanic: *firna-; *frō-
Meaning: last year, recent
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: { fɛrns 'vorjährig', af (fram) fɛrnin jēra 'apò pérüsi', fɛrnīs 'palaiós'; fǝrra adv. }
Old Norse: { ferri, fjarri adv. }
Swedish: fjär adv.
Old English: feor(r) adv.
English: far
Old Saxon: ferr adv.; { fernun gêre 'im vorigem Jahre' }
Middle Dutch: vroe adv.; vroech, vrouch adj.
Dutch: vroeg
Old Franconian: fruo
Middle Low German: vrō adv.; vrōch adj.
Old High German: { firni 'vetustus' }; fruo adv. `in der Frühe'; fruoi adj. (um 800); ferro '(von) vern, weit (weg), weitab, weithin, hoch, viel, sehr', fer 'fern, weit' (8.Jh.), fer 'fern, entfernt; ausgedehnt (temp.)' (9.Jh.), ferrana 'von fern, von weitem, weitab' adv., adj. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vruo adv.; vrüeje adj. `früh'; vër(r), vërre adv.; vërre 'fern, entfernt, weit, auswärtig, fremd'; vërren(e), vërn(e) adv., adj.
German: früh; fern
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