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Proto-Germanic: *gira-, *girja-, *girna-, *girnian- vb.
Meaning: wish, desire
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: gernī f. (n) `wish, desire', *fɛhu-gɛrn-s (a) `avaricious'; *gɛrnjan wk. `desire, lust after'
Old Norse: gjarn adj. `begierig', adv. gjarna, gjarnan; geri m. `Wolf, Hund, Rabe', ger-r `begierig, hungrig'; girna wk. `gelüsten'
Norwegian: gjerna adv.
Old Swedish: girna vb.; grādh
Swedish: gärna adv.
Old Danish: girne-s vb.
Danish: gerne adv.
Old English: georn `wozu geneigt, worauf begierig', adv. georne; giernan
English: yearn
Old Frisian: adv. jerne; ieria vb., OWFris (bi)iaria
Old Saxon: gerag `gierig'; gern `begierig, eifrig nach etwas', gerno adv.; fehu-giri; girnian
Middle Dutch: gherne, gheerne, ghaerne `begerig, ijverig, gemakkelijk, vaak'; ghēren, beghēren, begāren
Dutch: gaarne adv.; begeren
Old Franconian: geron
Middle Low German: adv. gērne; gēr, gīr adj.
Old High German: giri (8.Jh.), ger `begierig, verlangend' (9.Jh.), gerōn `begehren' (8.Jh.); girī (8.Jh.) `Begierde', girīg `begierig, begehrlich' (9.Jh.); gern(i) `etw. begehrend, eifrig bedacht' (9.JH.), adv. gerno (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: gërn(e) adv. 'begierig u. mit freude, bereitwillig, gern'; { -gern adj. }; gërn wk. 'begehren, verlangen'; gër, gir st. f. 'verlangen, begehren'; gir, gër `begehrend, verlangend'
German: gern, begehren, Gier f.
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