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Proto-Germanic: *wēmōn, *wēma-z, *wimilōn- vb., *wimirōn- vb., *wamēn, *wamalēn- vb.
Meaning: mean
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: vāma `Unwohlsein', vām-r m. `ekelhafter Mensch'; NIsl vǟma `Übelkeit empfinden', vǟmin-n `übel'; vamla wk. `übel werden'
Norwegian: vɔm `Müdigkeit, Unwohlsein; Dunkelheit'; vɔmen `nicht ganz frisch'; dial. vimla `Übelkeit empfinden', vimra `Übelkeit verursachen', vimren `ekelhaft'; dial. vämen `übel'; vamla vb.
Old Swedish: vami n. `Ekel', vamul `ekelhaft'
Danish: vammel `ekelhaft'; vamle vb.
germet-meaning,germet-prnum,germet-onord,germet-norw,germet-oswed,germet-dan,

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