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Proto-Germanic: *wísō(n), *wisjō(n); *wáisō(n)
Meaning: wet ground, meadow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: veisa f. `Schlamm; Sumpf'
Norwegian: veisa
Swedish: dial. väis, vesa
Danish: dial. veis `schlammiger Boden'
Old English: wāse, -an f. `ooze, mud, slim'
English: ooze; dial. wish `damp meadow, marsh'
Old Saxon: wisa, wiska (in ON)
Middle Dutch: wisene `Wasserlauf'; wēse 'Wiese'; wisch
Dutch: dial. wis f. `weiland'
Middle Low German: wēse 'Wiese'; { wiese `Wiese' }; wisch(e)
Old High German: wisa (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: wise st./wk. f. 'wiese'
German: Wiese f.
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