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Proto-Germanic: *múrɵa-n; *múrɵra-n, *múrɵrian-
Meaning: kill, murder
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: mɔrɵr n. `murder'; *mɔrɵjan wk. `kill, murder'
Old Norse: morδ n. `Tod, Mord'; mürδa wk. `morden'
Norwegian: mord; mürda vb.
Swedish: mord; mörda vb.
Danish: mord; mürde vb.
Old English: morɵ m., n., morɵor n. `Mord'; myrɵrian
English: muerder
Old Frisian: morth n.
Old Saxon: morth
Middle Dutch: moort, mort f., m. `moord, dood, slachting, gruweldaad'; morderen, moorderen
Dutch: moord m., f.
Old High German: mord (9.Jh.) `Mord'; murdren, murden (8.Jh.), morden (Hs. 12.Jh.)
Middle High German: mort st. m. 'der tod'; mürden, mörden, morden wk. 'morden, ermorden'
German: Mord m., morden, mördern

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