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Proto-Germanic: *grindan-; *grindi-z, *granda-n, *grundēn, -ōn
Meaning: to pound, to scrape; sand, meal, flour
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *grinda-fraɵji-s (ja) `faint-hearted'; grundu-waddju-s m. (u) `foundaition', af-grundiɵa f. (ō) `am ss' äʒʕššƛ̣
Old Norse: grand n. `Körnchen; Kies, Sand'; `Schaden, Kummer, Sünde'; grandi m. `Sandbank'; grotti m. Name einer mythischen Mühle, NIsl grotta `Mühle'
Norwegian: grotte `Block in der Mühlsteinachse'
Swedish: grand `Körnchen, Stäubchen'
Danish: dial. grotte, grutte `korn feinmahlen'
Old English: grindan `(zer)reiben, kratzen, knirschen; mahlen'; grandorleas `unschuldig'
English: grind
East Frisian: grind, grint, Fris grint `grind'
Middle Dutch: grinde, grint
Dutch: grind, grint n. `grobes Mehl, grober Sand'
Middle Low German: grint `Sand, Ausschlag, Kopfgrind, Schorf, Kopf'; grant `Kies'
Low German: grand f. `grober Sand, grobes Mehl, Kleie'; grind f. `Kieselsand; Schorf'
Old High German: in grente `in argillosa terra'; grint `Ausschlag, Räude (mit Haarausfall)' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: grint (-t-) st. m. 'der grind, grindkopf; verächtl. für kopf'
German: Grind m., [ Grand m. < LG `Kies, grober Sand' ]
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