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Proto-Germanic: *sibí, *siftian- vb.
Meaning: sieve
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: sife, -es n. `sieve', siftan (-te) `to sift, pass through a sieve'
English: sieve, sift
East Frisian: WFris sou n., souwe f.
Middle Dutch: sēve m., n.?, f.
Dutch: zeef f.
Middle Low German: sēve n. `Sieb'; siften, sichten `sieben'
Old High German: sib n. (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: sip (-b-) st. n. 'sieb'
German: Sieb n.

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