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Proto-Germanic: *swīmēn, *swaima-z, -n, *swīnVn- etc.
Meaning: move to and fro
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: svīmi m. `Schwindel, Ohnmacht', sveim-r m., sveim n. `Lärm, Getümmel'; sveima wk. `umherirren'
Norwegian: svime; svima `schweben, umhertaumeln'; dial. sveim `Umhertreiben; Rausch'; dial. sveima vb.
Swedish: svime
Danish: svime
Old English: swīma m. `Schwindel, Ohnmacht'; ā-swǟman `zwerven'
Middle English: [ sweigh, sweye (applied to sweeping or swinging motion) ] { sweyen }
English: sway
Old Frisian: swīma m. `duizeling, bewusteloosheid'
East Frisian: swāien `sich schwingend bewegen'
Old Saxon: swīmo m. `duizeling'
Middle Dutch: swijm m.; swimen `bezwijmen'
Dutch: zwaaien `sich schwingend bewegen'; zwijm; zwijmen, zwijmelen
Middle Low German: swāien `zwaaien'
Low German: swājen `move to and fro as with the wind'; swīr `Schwung, Drehung, Bummeln, das Schwiemeln', swīren `sich schwingend bewegen, umherfliegen, schweärmen, in Saus und Braus leben'
Middle High German: swīmen st. 'sich hin- und her bewegen, schwanken, schweben', swimel, swimmel st. m. `Schwindel', sweim st. m. `das Schweben, Schweifen, Schwingen, der Schwung, Umschwung', sweimen wk. `sich schwingen, schweifen, schweben; überfliessen'
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