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Proto-Germanic: *xarja-z, -n
Meaning: army
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: harji-s m. (ja) `army'
Old Norse: her-r m. `Heer; Menge, Volk'
Norwegian: her
Old Swedish: Run. harija
Swedish: här
Old Danish: Run. harja; hariso, hariuha
Danish: her
Old English: here, gen. heres/heriges/herges m. `army, host, multitude, large predatory band'
Old Frisian: here, hiri m., n.
Old Saxon: heri m.
Middle Dutch: hēre n. `leger, menigte'
Dutch: heer, heir n.
Old Franconian: heri-, here-
Middle Low German: hēr
Old High German: heri n. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: hɛr, hɛre st. n. 'heer, kriegsheer; überwältigende menge; menge, schar, volk'
German: Heer
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