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Proto-Germanic: *narwa-, *nirwa-; *narwō(n), *narwēn
Meaning: narrow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: *nɔr-r `enge, schmal': Nɔrva-sund `Gibraltar', Njɔrva-sund `ON (schmale Landzunge)'
Norwegian: norve `Klammer, Krampe'
Old English: nearu `eng'
English: narrow
Old Saxon: naru `eng'
Middle Dutch: bynāren `benauwen'; Kil. nerve, narve `litteken', nerve `nerf van leer, korst op het hoofd van pasgeboren kinderen'
Dutch: naar adj.; nerf f. `oneffenheid in leer, hout' (e < a voor r + labiaal)
Middle Low German: nāre, narwe m., f. ƛ̣litteken'
Old High German: narwa f. (Hs. 12. Jh.) `litteken; hengsel'; narwo m. `ansa, fibulatura'
Middle High German: narwe, nare, nar wk./st. f., wk. m. 'Narbe'; EaHG Nerge 'kuhrische Nehrung', Neerung (16.Jh.), näring, Nehrung (17.Jh.)
German: Narbe f.; Nehrung `schmale Landzunge'; dial. Narbe `Klammer, Krampen an Türen'
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