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Proto-Germanic: *nawi-z
Meaning: dead one
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: nau-s m. (i) `one having died, dead one'; nawi-s (i/ja) `dead'
Old Norse: nā-r m. `Leiche'; Run. nā-seu `blood'
Norwegian: dial. nɔe `Leiche'
Old English: nēo-bedd `death-bed', dryht-nē `corpse of a warrior', pl. orc-nēas `monsters', nē-fugol `bird that feeds on carrion, vulture or crow'
germet-meaning,germet-prnum,germet-got,germet-onord,germet-norw,germet-oengl,

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