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Proto-Germanic: *lind=, *landwiō, *lundi-z
Meaning: waist, loins
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: lend f. `Lende', lund f. `Lende, Nierenfett', pl. lundir `Fleisch unter dem Rückgrat'
Norwegian: lend; dial. lund f. `Hüfte, Lende'
Old Swedish: OGutn pl. lündir `Hinterbacken'
Swedish: länd; dial. lond; lünger
Old Danish: lünd
Danish: länd
Old English: pl. lendenu n. `loins, reins', pl. ge-lyndu n. `joints of the backbone', lund-laga, -a m. `rein, kidney', lynd, -e f. `grease, fat, fatness'
Old Frisian: pl. lenderna
Old Saxon: pl. lendin
Middle Dutch: lende, pl. lenden; lendine, lendene, lenden
Dutch: lende f.
Old Franconian: pl. lendin n.
Middle Low German: lende
Old High German: lintī, pl. lentin f. `Nieren, Lende' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: lɛnde, lɛnte st./wk. f. 'lende'
German: Lende f.
Comments: NGerm *landiō > finn. lantio

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