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Proto-Germanic: *fraukan, *fruggēn, *frukk=; *frūd=, *frauda-z ; *fruska-z
Meaning: frog
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: frauδ-r m. `Frosch', frauki m. (pl. acc. frauka) `Frosch', frosk-rm. `id.'
Norwegian: frosk; dial. fraud, frau
Swedish: dial. fröd, frö, fröa
Danish: frosk; frö
Old English: frosc (forsc, frox, frocx), -es m. `frog', frogga (froga, frocga), -an m.
Middle English: frūde `Kröte'; froke
English: frog; dial. frock
Middle Dutch: vorsch
Dutch: vors m.
Middle Low German: vors, vorsch
Old High German: frosc `Frosch' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: vrosch st. m. (pl. vrosche, vrösche) 'frosch'
German: Frosch m.
Comments: A derivative from *fraw-a- 'froh usw.'?

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