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Proto-Germanic: *xairu-, *xairia-, *xain=
Meaning: gray, hoar
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hār-r, hǟr-r `grau'
Old Danish: hɔr
Old English: hār `hoar, hoary, grey, old'; hǟwen `blue, azure, purple, discoloured, green'
English: hoar
Old Frisian: hēr
Old Saxon: hēr `alt, eehrwürdig'
Middle Dutch: heer, gheheer `aanzienlijk, voortreffelijk'
Dutch: heerlijk
Middle Low German: hēr
Old High German: hēr `ehrwürdig, alt' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: hēr, hēre 'hoch, vornehm; heilig, stolz; freudig'
German: hehr
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