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Proto-Germanic: *ɵiudṓ; *ɵiudana-s
Meaning: people
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ɵiuda f. (ō) `people, nation; heathen, gentiles'; ɵiudan-s m. (a) `king'
Old Norse: ɵjōδ f. `Volk'; ɵjōδan-n m. `Fürst, König' (poet.)
Norwegian: tjod
Swedish: gotl. tjaud
Old English: ɵēod, -e f. `nation, people; district occupied by a people, country; language'; { ɵēoden `king, lord, God' }
Old Frisian: thiade
Old Saxon: thiod, thioda; thiudan st. m. `ruler, lord ofvthe people'
Middle Dutch: diet; holl. duutsc, vlam. dietsc
Dutch: duits
Old High German: thiota, thiot `Volk' (8.Jh.); thiutisc (um 1000)
Middle High German: diet st. f., n., m. 'volk, leute', st. m. 'mensch, kerl'; diutisch, diutsch, tiutsch, tiusch, mitteld. dūdesch, dūtsch, dūsch 'deutsch'
German: Deutsch
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