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Proto-Germanic: *marjan-; *murnō; *mur[ɵ]a-n
Meaning: break; debris
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: merja wk. `schlagen, zerschlagen'; morn f. `Schwindsucht' (poet.); morδ n. `Menge'; mɔrn; NIsl mor `Staub, Menge'
Norwegian: dial. mürja `Masse'; mornesjukdom; mord `grosse Fangst'; dial. mor `verschimmelte Masse'
Old Swedish: morɵ `bröckelige Masse, Abfall'
Swedish: mörja `Masse'; dial. mor(d) `bröckelige Masse, Abfall', molrik `steinreich' (-l- < -rd-); dial. mɔr `verschimmelte Masse'
Danish: dial. mɔr `schwargefärbter Sand an der Erdoberfläche'
Old High German: { meren `zerschlagen' }
Middle High German: ? mërn wk. 'brot in wein od. wasser tauchen u. erweichen, so essen (bes. vom abendmahle Christi); umrühren, mischen'
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