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Proto-Germanic: *írɵō(n), *árɵō
Meaning: earth
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ɛrɵa f. (ō) `earth'
Old Norse: jɔrδ f. `Erde'
Norwegian: jord
Old Swedish: run. i Aruɵu
Swedish: jord
Danish: jord
Old English: eorɵe, -an f.; eorɵ, -e f. `earth (in opposition to the sea), ground, soil; eart, terrestrial globe'
English: earth
Old Frisian: irthe, erthe, erde
Old Saxon: ertha
Middle Dutch: aerde, eerde
Dutch: aarde f.
Old Franconian: ertha
Middle Low German: ērde
Old High German: erda f. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: ërde st./wk. f. 'bebautes und bewohntes land; festland, erd-, fussboden; erde als wohnstatt der menschen; erde als stoff'
German: Erde f.

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