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Proto-Germanic: *filda-n, -z, *fildu-z, *falōn, *fuldō(n)
Meaning: field
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fold f. `Erde, Land; Weide, Trift'
Norwegian: fold, foll (in ON)
Old Swedish: fala `Ebene, bes. baumlose; Heide'
Swedish: fala `Ebene, bes. baumlose; Heide'
Old English: feld (feald), -es/-a m. `field, pasture, plain, open country', folde, -an f. `earth, dry land; land, country, district, region, territory; ground, soil; earth, clay'
English: field
Old Frisian: feld m.
Old Saxon: feld n. `Feld, Boden, Fläche, Ebene', folda `Erd-, Land-, Erdboden'
Middle Dutch: velt
Dutch: veld n.
Old Franconian: velt
Old High German: feld `Feld, Ebene, Fläche' (8.Jh.), Fuld-aha ON
Middle High German: vëlt (-d-) st. n. 'feld, boden, fläche, ebene; das vopm bergmann gebaute feld'
German: Feld n.; West-, Ost-falen
Comments: NG > finn. pelto, estn. põld
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