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Proto-Germanic: *skajjṓn, *skainōn-, *skir=, *skeirian- vb., *skīd=/*skīɵ=, *skáiɵan-/*skaidán- vb., *skai[ɵ]ō
Meaning: separate, break
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: skaidan st. `separate'
Old Norse: skeggja f. `Streitaxt; Schiff', skeina wk. `leicht verwunden, die Haut ritzen'; skeiδ f. `Weberkamm; Löffel', pl. skeiδir `Scheide'; skeiδa wk. `in die Scheide stecken'; { skīδ 'Scheit, Schneeschuh' }
Norwegian: skjena vb.; skeid
Swedish: sked
Danish: sked
Old English: scīran `unterscheiden, entscheiden, von etwas loswerden'; sc(e)ādan; scǟnan `durch Streieen beschädigen'; scīd
English: shed; dial. shide
Old Frisian: skētha vb.; skēnia `brechen'
Old Saxon: skēthan, skēdan
Middle Dutch: sceiden, scēden
Dutch: schier n. `langwerpig gekloofd stuk hout'; scheiden
Middle Low German: schēden
Old High German: { skerī `sagax, acer ad investigandum', sciaren `rach zurecht oder fertig machen' }; skeidan (8.Jh.); { ir-sceinen `brechen' }; grabūnskīt (hs. 12.Jh.)
Middle High German: geschīde `gescheit, schlau'; scheiden red. v. 'teilen, trennen, entscheiden, beilegen, beenden, auslegen'; schīt st. n. 'abgespaltenes holzstück, scheit; angel'
German: gescheit; scheiden; Scheit n.
Comments: Here also some reflexes of *skīɵʌ- etc. with the meaning `to divide in two'(WP II 543)
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