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Proto-Germanic: *xaila-, *xailia-; *xailiō; *xailaz, *xailiz n., *xailzá-n, *xaili-z
Meaning: hale, whole
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hail-s (a) `hale, healthy'
Old Norse: heil-l n. `Heil', heil-l f. `id.'; heil-l `heilvoll; unverletzt, vollständig'
Norwegian: heil adj.
Old Swedish: hel, häll sbs.
Swedish: hel adj.
Danish: held sbs.; hel adj.
Old English: hāl `whole, hale, well, in good health, sound, safe, without fraud, honest', hǟl `hale, safe, whole, sound', hǟl, -e f. `health, safetly, salvation, happiness', { hālor n. }
English: whole, hale
Old Frisian: hēl `genezen, ongederd, geheel'; hēl `Vorzeichen'
Old Saxon: hēl `voorteken'; hēl `gezond, onbeschadigd'
Middle Dutch: heil, heel n., f.; heel `gezond, ongeschonden, geheel, oprecht'
Dutch: heil n.; heel
Middle Low German: hēl adj.; heil `Glück, Segen, Rettung, Wohlergehen'
Old High German: heil `heil, gesund, ganz, vollkommen, unversehrt, errettet, erlöst' (8.Jh.); heil n. `Glück' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: heil 'gesund, hell; gerettet'; heil st. n. `Gesundheit; Glück, glücklicher Zufall, Heilung, Rettung, Hilfe'
German: heil; Heil
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