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Proto-Germanic: *samda-z, -n
Meaning: sand
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: sand-r m. `Sand'
Norwegian: sand
Swedish: sand
Danish: sand
Old English: sand n.
English: sand
Old Frisian: sond n.
Old Saxon: sand m.
Middle Dutch: sant n. (/m.) `zand, zandvlakte, strand, oever'
Dutch: zand n.
Middle Low German: sant
Old High German: sant m. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: sant st. m. (/n.) 'sand, bes. uferstrand; strand, ufer, gestade; sandige fl├Ąche, kampfplatz, stechbahn'; { sampt, sambt }
German: Sand m., bair., tirol. Samt

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