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Proto-Germanic: *ɵunra-z, *ɵunr
Meaning: thunder
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ɵōrr, dat. ɵōri m. (ält. ɵunar-r) Göttername; ɵōrs-dagr m. `Donnerstag'
Norwegian: tor `Donner'; Torsdag
Swedish: Tor; dial. tōr'in `Donner'; Torsdag
Danish: Torsdag
Old English: ɵunor (-ar, -er, -ur), -es m. `thunder; one of the Teutonic gods, to whom Jupiter seems to have been considered most nearly to correspond'; { ɵunres-däg }
English: thunder, Thursday
Old Frisian: thuner; thunres-dei
Old Saxon: Thunar
Middle Dutch: donder, donre; donres-dach
Dutch: donder m.; Donderdag
Middle Low German: dunner, donner, donre, donder, dōner; dōner-dach
Old High German: Donar; thonar, donar (9.Jh.); Donares-tag
Middle High German: doner, toner; donre, tunre st. m. 'donner'
German: Donner

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