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Proto-Germanic: *nistia-n, *nastiō(n), *nastilōn- vb., *nastilō, *nustō
Meaning: tie, thread, etc.
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Old Norse: nest f. `Nadel, Spange'; nesta f. `Spange'; nist, nisti n. `Heftnadel', nista wk. `zusammenheften', nesta wk. `mit einer Spange festmachen'
Norwegian: neste m. `Spange, Haken', nest m. `lose Naht'; nesta vb.
Old Swedish: OGutn nast `Heftnadel', nestli `Band'
Swedish: nästa vb.
Old Danish: nest(e) `Spange'
Danish: neste `befestigen'
Old English: nos(t)le f. `band'; nestan `spinnen'
Old Frisian: nestle, nesle f. `band om vast te rijgen', nes(t)la `Band'
Old Saxon: nestila f. `Binde, Haarband'
Middle Dutch: nestel(e) `riem, band om kledingstukken samen te rijgen'
Dutch: nestel m.
Old High German: nestilōn 'mit einer Kopfbinde versehen' (9./10.Jh.); { nestilo m. }, nestila f. 'Kopfbinde' (8.Jh.) { `Bandschleife, Schürriemen, Binde' }; nusta f. `Schnalle, Schlinge' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: nɛsten, nɛsteln wk. `festbinden, schnüren'; nɛstel st. f. 'Bandschleife, Schnürriemen, Binde'
German: nesteln; dial. Nestel { f., m. }
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