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Proto-Germanic: *ɵrastu-z, *ɵrustlō(n), *ɵrausk=, *ɵrūskiōn, *ɵrōstVlō, *ɵraustVl=
Meaning: a bird (thrush)
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ɵrɔst-r m. `Drossel'
Norwegian: trost, trast
Swedish: trast
Danish: trost
Old English: { ɵrostle; ɵrōstle; ɵrǟsce, ɵrüsce }
English: throstle; thrush
Old Saxon: throsla
Middle Dutch: drosel, droossel
Middle Low German: drosle
Low German: westfäl. drɔssl
Old High German: thrōsca, thrōskala (9./10.Jh.)
Middle High German: droschel, troschel, trostel st. f. 'drossel, singdrossel'
German: Drossel f.; alem. drōštlǝ, bair. dröschel

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