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Proto-Germanic: *xramō(n), -ēn, *xrami-z, *xramjan-, *xramn=, *xramma-z
Meaning: fence, sheaf
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hrefni n. `der fünfte Plankengang vom Kiel aus'; hremma wk. `fassen, klemmen, drücken'; hramm-r m. `Tatze, Klaue; Hand, Arm' (poet.)
Norwegian: remma `in die Klemme bringen'; ram
Swedish: ram(m)
Old Danish: ramme
Old English: hremman `hemmen, hindern'; hramma `Krampf'
Old Frisian: hrem-bend `Fessel'
Middle Dutch: rāme, raem m., rāme f. `omlijsting, raam, waarop iets gespannen wordt'; rēme `id.'; remmen `hemmen'
Dutch: raam n., dial. f.; { remmen }
Middle Low German: rāme m. `raam, omlisting'; ram(me) `Krampf'
Low German: remmen `hemmen'
Old High German: rama f. (um 1000) `Webe- oder Stickrahmen'
Middle High German: rame st. f., m., rame, rɛme, rɛm wk. m., f., st. f. 'rahmen zum sticken, weben, bortenwirken'
German: Rahmen m.
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