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Proto-Germanic: *kirVla-z, *karila-z
Meaning: man
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: karl m. `Mann, alter Mann; Untertan'
Norwegian: kall, kar
Old Swedish: Run. karilR
Swedish: karl `Mann, Kerl'
Danish: karl `Mann, Kerl'
Old English: ceorl `freier Mann der niegrigsten Klasse, hemann'
English: churl `Bauer, Tölpel'
Old Frisian: tzerl, tzirl `ondergeschikt persoon'
Middle Dutch: kērel, kerl, caerl `vrij man, die niet tot de ridderstand behoort'
Dutch: kerel m.
Middle Low German: kē̆rl(e) `freier, gewöhnlicher Mann, kräftiger Mann'
Old High German: karl (8.Jh.) `(Ehe)mann, Gelibter, treuer Mann'
Middle High German: kërl(e), karl(e) st./wk. m. 'mann, ehemann, geliebter'
German: Kerl m.
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